Here's What Mel C Really Thinks of A Spice Girls Reunion

Are fans finally getting a Spice Girls reunion tour? Mel C aka Sporty Spice shared her thoughts on Lorraine. Scroll on to see the full interview.

Mel C knows what the fans really, really want. 

During a live Oct. 14 interview on British television show Lorraine, the former Spice Girl also known as Sporty Spice revealed there may be a reunion tour in the works for the iconic girl group.

"Well you know we had the most incredible year last year playing stadiums all across the UK and islands and we have got to do it again," she told host Lorraine Kelly. "We talk about it all the time. Of course, this year has thrown everything into chaos."

The "Fearless" singer continued, "I think a lot of the big artists that were planning to perform this year will move to next year, so sadly it probably will delay getting [the] Spice Girls back on stage, but I'm doing everything within my power to make that happen." 

With the Spice Girls coming up on their 25th anniversary as a group, Lorraine asked the 46-year-old artist if it's too soon to do a band biopic, to which Mel C replied, "I think it's a perfect time really."

"When you look back to last year, yeah? Because the nostalgia like 20, 25 years—so many people came to the shows and they were reliving their childhoods. I think the music and the story of the Spice Girls, or the kind of beginnings of it, everything that happened in between, I think it's perfect subject matter for one of those movies." 

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Both women agreed that a Spice Girls reunion would bring more "girl power" into the world, especially for Mel C's 11-year-old daughter, Scarlet Starr. Mel C raved about her daughter, calling her "sassy" and confirmed she's "got loads of girl power."

The proud mom added, "That gives me a lot of confidence for the future."

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