Mel B revealed two days ago in a TV show that her mother spoke to Victoria Beckham and the latter is willing to sing with Spice Girls for the 50th anniversary of the Glastonbury Festival in 2020.
According to the singer, her mother attended a house party at the home of Victory Beckham’s mother, Jackie Adams, where she spoke to the former Spice Girls about the group’s future.
“Surprisingly, Mom was at that party and they spoke. She told her she would like to be at Glastonbury for next year’s anniversary, Mel B said at The Lateish Show.
Spice Girls held a small, sold-out tournament this year on May 24 in Dublin and ended on June 15 in London. On stage were Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell, Mel C, and Mel B.
Mel B also said a week ago that the Glastonbury anniversary would be a good opportunity to reunite the five soloists.
The singer did not rule out that the band would try to release new tracks. “We talked to Geri about this, Mel C is very interested and I know that Emma is also in the books. It’s just a matter of time. “Also, the idea of residing in Las Vegas was spoken.
The Mirror recently wrote that the group is planning a six-week tour for the summer of 2021.
Formed in 1994, the Spice Girls group was made up of Melanie Brown (“Scary Spice”), Melanie Chisholm (“Spy Spice”), Emma Bunton (Baby Spice), Geri Halliwell (“Ginger Spice”) and Victoria Beckham “Posh Spice”).
The debut album, “Spice” (1996), has been sold to over 31 million children worldwide and has become the best-selling disc of a female group. The second album, “Spiceworld,” was released in 1997, and the third, “Forever,” appeared in 2000. With a total of over 85 million copies sold globally, Spice Girls is the most well-sold feminine group of all time.
Among the most famous songs of the group are “Wannabe”, “Say You’ll Be There” and “Viva, Forever!”.
Halliwell left the group in 1998, and all soloists followed separate careers. The band also gathered for a 2007-2008 tournament and for the ceremony that closed the London Olympics in 2012.