Mel B wants a Spice Girls 20th anniversary reunion tour next year to mark two decades since they first formed as a band in 1994, but Victoria Beckham is not keen to join her bandmates as she wants to focus on her fashion line instead.
The 38-year-old singer is keen to gather up her former bandmates for a new project she is working on, 'Spice 20', in order to mark two decades since they started their careers in 1994.
The girl group - made up of Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton, Victoria Beckham, Mel B and Mel C - reunited for a one-off performance at the London Olympics Closing Ceremony last summer, but Victoria is adamant she wont sign up for any more live work because she wants to focus on her fashion line.
A source told the Confidenti@l column in the New York Daily News newspaper: ''Victoria sees 2014 as a year to concentrate on her fashion label, not her music. She loved performing at the Olympics and reuniting, but that was a special event. Mel B has been working on project Spice 20 and sees that as a great opportunity to bring them all together.
''Victoria feels she won't have the time or desire to work on performing live again. Mel is always pushing for Spice projects. Her stint as a judge in Australian and American shows mean her profile is huge. Any Spice comeback would mean millions in the bank.''
However, Victoria hasn't ruled out making a documentary with her former bandmates about their rise to worldwide pop super-stardom.
When recently asked about the likelihood of a Spice Girls reunion, Mel B said: ''I hope so. I just had a conversation with Melanie C, so hopefully things will get moving.''
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