The Spice Girls Have Officially Reunited

The Spice Girls Have Officially Reunited

The various Spices were recently spotted at Geri Horner's house, and in an interview with the BBC, Melanie Chisholm - aka Sporty Spice - said the women had been talking about "opportunities and ideas" but that there was "nothing set in stone".

Most cryptically, Bunton, also known as Baby Spice, wrote on Instagram, "the future is looking spicy!" perhaps indicating that the Spice Girls might work together again in the future.

The band - famous for singles such as Wannabe and Who Do You Think You Are - have sold over 85 million records worldwide, one of the best-selling pop groups of all time. "So many kisses! X Exciting x".

All of your '90s dreams have come true, friends: The Spice Girls have reunited (At least, for an afternoon).

The five chart-toppers "are always overwhelmed at how much interest there is across the whole world for the Spice Girls". Brown tweeted: "These fantastic women have helped me become who I am". In a statement, the group said new ventures will embrace the original essence of the Spice Girls and reinforce messages of female empowerment.

The band, which popularised the "girl power" movement in the 1990s, met up for the first time in several years on Friday to make plans for new projects.

Beckham, Bunton and Horner each shared another snap of the women all together for the first time since 2012 on Instagram, hours after they had been seen arriving for the meeting alongside the band's former manager Simon Fuller.

Sources tell The Sun newspaper there are plans for appearances and performances on television projects in China, a TV talent show, and a compilation album of their greatest hits.

They got together again to perform at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony and were last all in the same room later that year for the launch of the Spice Girls musical "Viva Forever!".