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Tuesday 16 September 2014

Mel B wants Spice Girls reunion

Mel B says she would love the Spice Girls to reunite again

Mel B has admitted she would love to see the Spice Girls back together for another reunion.

Scary Spice told Jimmy Fallon that she was the one driving the next reunion, but hinted that she could have her work cut out trying to convince Mel C, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Victoria Beckham to do it.

The new X Factor judge was being interviewed on The Tonight Show in the US when she revealed how much she would like another crack at being part of the girl group.

According to the Daily Mirror, she said: "I would love to get back together.

"I'm the one who keeps on saying it, so if I say it enough it might actually happen again."

The Spice Girls previously reunited for a tour in 2007 and 2008, and also performed together as a one-off reunion for the London Olympics closing ceremony in 2012.

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