After releasing their ‘wannabe’ album in 1996, the all-female English pop group Spice Girls continued to dominate the music scene until 2008 when they split with each member pursuing her individual career.
With each member of the group excelling either in entertainment, fashion or commerce it appears the Spice Girls are strong even in their individuality.The anniversary of the group’s ‘Wannabe’ album this July has brought about rumours of a possible re-union to mark the anniversary.
Mel B, also known as “Scary Spice”, told Channel 5 News she does want the group to re-unite. “I’ve always been saying we should be re-united again, but five people in five different places doing five different things…the good thing is we all like each other after twenty years and we all still respect each other. I think we should be doing something…we’ll see,” she said.
From the look of things, “Scary Spice” Mel B has a lot on her plate this year. Apart from presenting ‘Lip Sync Battle UK’ with Professor Green on Channel 5, she has also revealed she’ll be returning on the X-Factor 2016 as judge.