Media reports have emerged that the Spice Girls could reunite for a performance at the coronation of Britain’s King Charles III. The three-day celebration will take place in May this year. According to The Sun, organisers have decided to invite the singers, as they have met the monarch several times during their career.
“The royal organisers are keen to invite Britain’s most famous girl group and the Spice Girls are seriously considering returning to the stage in full for such a historic event,” a source said.
The last time Victoria Beckham, Geri Hollowell, Emma Bunton, Melanie Brown and Melanie Chisholm teamed up was in 2012. Then the Spice Girls performed at the closing ceremony of the Summer Olympics held in London.
“The reunion could come as part of some really significant event. Mel B and Mel C are the leaders of the group and they are trying to make it happen,” the insider added.
It will be recalled that last year, the Spice Girls members reunited at Geri Hollowell’s 50th birthday celebration. Of the legendary five “peppers”, only Mel B was missing from the party. The girls enjoyed dancing together and even performed their golden hits.