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Spice Girls set for royal reunion
The 'Wannabe' group - who were formed in 1994 and went on a hiatus in 2000 before reforming again for a comeback tour in 2007 - look set to get back together to mark the British monarch's 60th year on the throne later this summer after band member Mel B let slip some ''top secret'' information.
When asked if the group - who are made of Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Mel C, Geri Halliwell and Mel B - were going to reform for the 2012 London Olympics, she said in an interview on Australian TV: ''I think the Queen's Jubilee concert is the event I'd be looking at more closely for that to happen.''
However, she quickly changed the subject after realising she had made the omission and after the show she admitted it was all ''top-secret'' information still.
According to The Sun newspaper, Mel told TV crew off-air: ''I am going to be in such strife for saying that.
''It's all so totally bloody top-secret still.''
Mel recently admitted she would ''love it'' if the Spice Girls went on tour again and wouldn't rule out the possibility of the 'Spice Up Your Life' hitmakers performing at the 2012 Olympics.
When asked if the group would be keen to play at the sporting spectacle, she replied: ''I would never say never. I think it's possible. I'd love it if we got back together and got to go on tour.''Posted on 28 Jan 2012 10:00 to category : Music News
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