For a new TV programme, Victoria Beckham will reunite with the Spice Girls.
The former singer-turned-fashion designer has vowed to reunite with the band for a new documentary about their ascent to international success.
The 48-year-old famously declined the chance to tour with bandmates Mel C, Mel B, Emma Bunton, and Geri Horner in 2019, and she has ruled out any further plans to do so.
She is reportedly entirely open for participating in the TV project, though.
“The director and the whole concept of how that was shot and filmed are, outstanding,” Mel B said, confirming all five members are on board during a recent appearance on Australian TV.
“We’ll be doing our version with them.”
The programme, which is anticipated to be a docuseries, is also said to resurrect previously unreleased video from the group’s heyday purportedly.
Mel B revealed a previously unrevealed Spice fact, saying, “The rap in the Wannabe video, I wrote on the bathroom while the other girls were doing the vocals.
The Last Dance, a Netflix series that won an Emmy and was centred on American basketball legend Michael Jordan, will be created by the same group.
The trio recently hinted that they were planning to commemorate the 25th anniversary of their movie office smash, Spice World.