AceShowbiz - Melanie Brown a.k.a. Mel B has urged her fellow Spice Girls star Victoria Adams a.k.a. Victoria Beckham to "stop" shooting down rumours of an upcoming reunion tour, because she insists the concerts are happening.
The Wannabe hitmakers sparked speculation of a pop comeback in February, when Mel B, Melanie C a.k.a. Mel C, Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, and Geri Horner got together for a meeting at Geri's U.K. home, amid reports they were plotting a big tour.
Victoria was quick to play down the reason for their catch up, insisting the talks were all business, but Mel B, aka Scary Spice, whipped fans into a frenzy days later, when she claimed all five of them had been invited to attend Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding celebrations in May - and hinted at a top secret performance.
Mel C and Emma later dismissed the wedding gossip, while Victoria has repeatedly declared there will be no Spice Girls reunion trek.
The singer-turned-fashion designer ended up being the only member of the band to attend the royal celebration in Windsor, England last month, but Mel B is adamant they will all be regrouping for a series of live shows in the near future.
The chatty star, full name Melanie Brown, was discussing her love of the stage during the Spice Girls' heyday as a guest co-host on breakfast show Today on Wednesday, June 27 when she announced the news.
"I still do (love performing)," she said. "I'm the only one (in the group) that keeps on saying, 'We're gonna be performing...'".
Co-presenter Hoda Kotb questioned Mel about Victoria's comments, prompting her to moan, "She's always b**ody saying that. Stop it! We ARE touring!".
Appearing to have realised blasting Posh Spice on live TV wasn't the best move, she remarked, "Should I have really said that out loud?".
Regaining her confidence, Mel declared, "Yes, we are going to be doing performances together, for sure."
Meanwhile, Mel blamed her nasty divorce from ex-husband Stephen Belafonte for preventing her from attending Harry and Meghan's nuptials.
"You know what happened? I got divorced and I had to go to court," she commented. "Real life problems!".
Mel even went on to promise to bring the Spice Girls back to the Today show set in New York to take part in the breakfast programme's Summer Concert Series, proposing next June (19) for the gig.
"Sorry girls, we're doing it!" she quipped, as she jokingly signed a fake document to set the date in stone.
The girl group last performed together at the closing ceremony for the London Olympics in 2012.