Spice Girls to 'reunite' for one-off TV special and album in 2018

All five members - including Victoria Beckham - are expected to return

Jacob Stolworthy
Sunday 12 November 2017 11:41 GMT
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Spice Girls are set to make a huge comeback in 2018, according to reports.

All five members - including Victoria Beckham - are poised to reunite for a TV special and brand new album after years of rumours.

Reports suggest that Mel C has been working quietly with the band's former boss Simon Fuller over the past few months to bring Beckham, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner née Halliwell back for the one-off special and compilation record expected to land next year.

A source told The Sun: ‘The five of them have been locked in secret talks since the summer, and finally they are all on-board for a 2018 reunion.

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“As it stands, they will be working together on a series of projects, which will include an album and a TV special celebrating the Spice Girls - and getting Victoria to agree has been a coup for everyone involved, given she has always been the person holding back on a reunion.”

A Spice Girls reunion has been on the cards for years with Horner - a driving force behind - recently telling Red Magazine she'd "given up" trying.

The five singers last appeared together at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony, where they played the songs “Wannabe” and “Spice Up Your Life."

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