The 90s chart toppers, who burst onto the pop scene in 1996 with their debut single Wannabe, confirmed in a statement they meant to reunite "to explore some incredible new opportunities together".
Speaking on behalf of Spice Girls fans everywhere, this is one reunion we really, really want.
The Spice Girls have confirmed they will be getting back together for some "incredible new opportunities" amid reunion rumours.
The group have been seen cavorting at Halliwell's mansion in Hertfordshire, later joined by manager Simon Fuller in another sighting.
The Spice Girls had an epic reunion and snapped a picture to commemorate the occasion.
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The tribute to the biggest girl-group of all time is set to be the biggest exhibition ever, showcasing thousands of memorabilia, iconic stage costumes, and some never before seen pieces. These captions are giving fans the impression that the women are definitely up to something.
The group, who were the girl-band sensation of the 90s with hits such as Wannabe, last officially performed as the Spice Girls for the London 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony.
After weeks of speculation, the Spice Girls have dropped the strongest hint yet that they WILL reunite after being spotted attending a meeting at Geri Horner's house.
The Sun newspaper reported the group are expected to earn £10 million each for new projects which potentially include TV work in China, a new television talent show, endorsement deals and a compilation album.
At least a couple of the singers remain keen though, as Geri said last October: "I really pushed to get everyone back together". Fashion.ie features Fashion news, Irish fashion news, entertainment news, Celebrity news, Online shopping and Irish fashion.