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Bad News for Spice Girls fans because Melanie C or ‘Sporty Spice’ declares the 2007 reunion was the girl group’s last.
What is the problem? Is it really true? They still see each other?
According to the latest celebrity update, the singer-songwriter Melanie C speaks the 2007 Spice Girls reunion was the ‘final farewell’ of the group.
Melanie C has also put an end to gossip that the girl group is going to perform at the 2012 London Olympic Games and the British Queen’s Diamond Jubilee this coming summer.
Meanwhile, she explained that the concerts have been under discussion but there are certainly not going to take place.
“it’s such an incredible opportunity and the concert looks like it’s going to be out of this world. But unfortunately – Bad news for any Spice Girls fans – we don’t plan to perform or reform, so I’m sorry to disappoint anybody. We often have things that we talk about and then the Olympics and the Diamond Jubilee came up and it was under discussion but unfortunately it’s not going to happen. We have to respect each other’s wishes and we reformed in 2007 and we had an amazing time. The show was incredible and that kind of feels like our final farewell,” she said on British TV show Lorriane.
The entertainer also spoke about her relationship with her former band members. She said that Emma Bunton, Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell and Melanie B are always be like a family to her. She even revealed that they regularly get together and will always have a strong connection.
“We like to get together when we can and it’s great. Christmas is a lovely time because everyone comes home. Melanie B’s not been home for a little while but the rest of us get together with the children. It’s lovely because the kids play so nicely together. We went through something together that is so unique and we have a bond that will never be broken. Yeah, sometimes we fall out and we have cross words but it never lasts for longer than five minutes. Our relationships are like [being] sisters- we’re always going to be in each other’s lives,” she said.