Rumor has it that the Spice Girls are reforming for a special performance at the coronation of King Charles.
According to an article in The Sun, the band is reportedly taking center stage in plans for a three-day celebration to take place in May.
If the reunion takes place, it will be the first time that all five singers, including Victoria Beckham, will perform together after the closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games.
The newspaper reports that the group was “seriously considering” an offer to take part in the event after the organizers “sought” to enlist the support of the group as a “star” for the event.
Mel B recently hinted at an upcoming announcement featuring all five of the original cast members, saying, “I’m probably going to get told off. This is a project that we are very excited about. We’ll be all five of us.”
Melanie C also recently provided an update on the status of a potential 25th anniversary tour after reports surfaced late last year of a possible concert return in 2023. But unfortunately I can’t,” Mel C told BBC Radio 2’s Zoe Ball.
“We really want to do shows, they just haven’t been organized yet.” She continued: “We are constantly talking, trying to solve this problem and make it work for everyone. But this, yes, this is my number one wish.”
Beckham took part in the 2007/2008 Spice Girls reunion tour, but was absent from the 2019 Spice World tour, explaining that she would “rather focus on her family and my company.”
Chisholm’s recent comments echo those she made back in early 2021, saying that at the time she thought Beckham was “coming around” to the idea of reuniting with the band.
NME has reached out to representatives of the Spice Girls for comment.