The '90s supergroup is coming off of an incredibly successful 13-stop reunion tour across the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Having just wrapped up a successful 13-stop reunion tour, the Spice Girls may now be considering heading into the studio to create new music together.
Even better, they haven't given up on convincing Posh Spice, Victoria Beckham, to reunite with her band-mates in some capacity on a new project. According to the Mirror, the four active Spice Girls have been working with top producers on exploring new music over this past week.
"They have been working in London to gather their thoughts and start recording new material," a source told the Mirror. "It's very exciting and in the early stages but it's happening."
And even though she turned them down when asked to join the group for its reunion tour across the United Kingdom and Ireland, the source also revealed the Girls have "been in contact with Victoria to see if she can be involved."
When Mel B (Scary), Mel C (Sporty), Geri Horner (Ginger) and Emma Bunton (Baby) first came together to put together their wildly successful reunion tour, they tried to reach out to Beckham but found her uninterested in returning to her musical roots. Could she be enticed into the studio?
Other outlets covering the story have suggested they might seek Beckham's involvement in a collaborative songwriting capacity if she doesn't have any interest in actually recording new vocals. Beckham has not performed with the Spice Girls since the London 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony.
But Mel B hasn't given up on getting Beckham involved with the Girls again. "Victoria is Victoria. She didn't want to do it. She missed out," Mel said of the tour. "But my plan is for all five of us to do Glastonbury next year for the 50th anniversary."
It's not completely out of the picture, either, as Bunton had originally said she didn't see the group recording new music while Mel B seemed confident that the reunion tour would lead to new material. It looks like she was right there, and by the sheer strength of her will and personality, she may yet get Beckham back involved with the group in some capacity.
And it's not that Beckham and the other Girls aren't still on friendly terms. Reunion talks first started gaining buzz after all five of them reunited with their manager Simon Fuller in a 2018 Instagram pic at Halliwell's house. And while Beckham expressed support for her Girls as they headed out on tour, she also said that it took great strength on her part to turn them down as she just feels she is at a different stage in her life now.
"I'd rather concentrate on my family and my company. I'm 45 now and very happy to be the woman I am," Beckham said in a report by RTE. "I'm not trying to change; I want to be the best version of myself. Before I turned 40, I wasn't that confident. I learned to listen to my gut feeling."
But is she confident and strong enough to withstand Mel B's insistence that she can get the band back together? Will her gut change its mind?