Spice Girls are reportedly set to reunite on Monday and announce a 'huge UK stadium tour'.
The nineties icons have 'secretly recorded a video message' to be broadcast on bonfire night, according to the Sun, reports dailymail.co.uk.
The girl group is reportedly ready to embark on an eight-show stadium tour, according to insiders who spoke to Entertainment Tonight.
Geri Horner, Melanie Chisholm, Melanie Brown and Emma Bunton are also set to reunite without Victoria Beckham on the Jonathan Ross show on November 11, according to Billboard.
However, Victoria has shown there's no hard feelings with her former bandmates, and even shared a shot cosying up to Mel C at the Global Gift Gala on Friday.
If the girls finally do decide to fill arenas once more, it will be their first tour since their 2007 Viva Forever reunion. The band last performed together at the opening ceremonies of the London Olympics in 2012.
The Spice Girls shot to fame in 1996 with their hit song "Wannabe", which went on to top charts in 37 countries and the group was also credited with the popularisation of the phrase "girl power", encouraging female empowerment.
Since splitting, the five women behind iconic songs such as "Stop" and "Spice Up Your Life", have all gone on to successful business ventures.
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