Geri Horner doesn't think the life of a pop star is for her anymore and she wants to break into TV work.
Geri Horner has ''moved on'' from being a pop star.
The 45-year-old former Spice Girls singer - who has daughter Bluebell, 11, from a past relationship and nine-month-old son Monty with her husband Christian Horner, as well as being stepmother to his four-year-old daughter Olivia - recently made her chart comeback with George Michael tribute single 'Angel in Chains' but she didn't enjoy having to perform the track live and she doesn't think a music career is very compatible with raising a family.
In an interview with the new issue of RED She said: ''I've moved on from being a pop star ... Am I prepared to do gigs? I performed at 1.30am one night, got in at 4.30am in the morning and Bluebell woke me at 8.30am wanting her mum. I'm not sure that lifestyle is conducive to where I am right now.''
Instead, Geri is keen to work on more TV shows, following her guest presenting stint on UK TV show 'This Morning'.
She said: ''I think it's time to throw my hat in the ring.''
However, one thing she won't rule out is another Spice Girls reunion after a recent attempt to get the group back together fell apart when Victoria Beckham and Mel C declined to join her, Emma Bunton and Mel B.
She said: ''I really pushed to get everyone back together. It got to the point where I just had to let it go. I still love the girls, and there are other bits and bobs in the pipeline.''
The 'Look At Me' singer quit the group in March 2003 but admitted it took her a ''long time'' to adjust to not being in the band any more.
She said: ''I found it really hard to let it go. It was weird to have the silence. It took me a long time to adjust emotionally. Your early 20s is a very shaping era, very defining. It didn't come to a complete stop. I did solo work, but I missed being part of something. I always loved the we-are-one feeling.''
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