The Spice Girls
are set to reform for a special ten-year reunion show.
The five girls - Geri Halliwell, Mel C, Emma Bunton, Victoria Beckham and Mel B - have finally put their differences aside and will come together next year for the spectacular concert, rumoured to be at the rebuilt Wembley football stadium, in London. Mel B, formerly known as Scary Spice, let slip about the proposed concert during a television interview. She said: "Hopefully it will go ahead next year if we can get everything sorted and together." If it goes ahead, it will be the first time all five members have been together on stage since Geri left in 1998 - which sparked the beginning of the end for the outrageous girl group. Mel B says she has already been in discussions with all the other girls, except Victoria, about organising the show and is confident it will go ahead. She explained: "Emma and Melanie have been to visit me and I'm going to be having tea with Geri very soon. "I haven't seen Victoria because I've been working but everything is cool on that front." You thought you'd never see them again, but you were wrong. Now it is decided that the Spice Girls are to make a comeback. The girls are going to head out on a world tour with all the original members, including Ginger Spice, Geri Halliwell. Scary Spice, Melanie Brown, gave the news to GMTV last night. In addition to the tour, Spice Girls are to release a ‘Best of' album. The tour is also said to ensure the girls a large paycheck.