Adele is more than ready for the Spice Girls reunion


After Mel B joked that Posh would join them at Wembley Stadium, Sporty added that it's "gonna be odd, because none of us can watch the Spice Girls on stage, but she will be able to". @OfficialMelB discusses new @spicegirls album!

But no, it turns out that the Spice Girls were actually saying yes in three different languages.

"Finally about six months ago, how it started was Mel C was like [reluctant], wasn't sure, and Mel B and Emma always wanted to do it all the way through it".

Tickets go on sale this weekend, and we're told the crew is nervous they won't sell out since Victoria Beckham isn't going along for the ride. We have some really interesting, creative ideas. "We [also] want new fans who we get introduced to all the time [to enjoy]".

And Mel B's antics didn't stop there.

"Ha! This is how I feel right now!"

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Speaking about reuniting without Posh, Mel C said: "It is tough because obviously she's a huge part of the band - she still is. there were times when I was unsure [about reuniting], and we really support each other and the decisions we make".

The women were also asked who "needs the money most", with Scary quick to joke, "Me, because I'm divorced!"

Not only does she now have ginger hair, but I also found this photo in front of a matching red wall, so it's fate. And now I'm gonna go cos I'm gonna cry'.

But Mel B later said: "Can I just rectify something? I'm quite rich. I'm just doing it because I love you girls".

Here's the kicker. we're told Mel B and co. could make even more cash if their shows sell well enough to spur a second leg outside the United Kingdom. the girls could rake in up to $6.5 million each.