Mel C breaks silence on Spice Girls reunion after ‘feeling bad’ over Mel B’s absence

Mel C has broken her silence on the possibility of aSpice Girls reunion, admitting that she “hopes” that she and her former bandmates can all come together at some point in the future.

In recent years, the girl group have been surrounded by rumours that they'd embark on a full reunion, though the complete line-up last reunited back in 2012 for the London Olympics opening ceremony.

But during an appearance onLoose Women on 2 December, the Wannabe singer was quizzed by panellist Stacey Solomon about the group's plans for a complete Spice Girls reunion, with Mel hinting at the idea.

Remaining optimistic that she and her bandmates will all reunite, when asked about the possibility, the 48 year old said: “I hope so. I hope so.”

More recently,Mel, Victoria and Emma Bunton all attended Geri Horner's 50th birthday in a mini-reunion, though Mel B was missing from the milestone occasion and was left cheering on her friends from afar.

Speaking of the incident, Mel C said: “We feel so bad because Mel B couldn’t make it, so we were all there having the best time on the dancefloor and Mel was like ‘it looks like you’re having fun’.”

Elsewhere during the interview, the Stop singer promoted her new book Who I Am and opened up her memories of being in the 90s band.

“When I look back over those moments, it’s always fun stuff I remember,” she said. “There were dark times, but I didn’t want to dwell on it too much. It was important to go there but I didn’t want to forget how much we need to celebrate the good stuff.”

Mel’s comments come after shespoke out about her opinions on becoming an affiliate with Qatar asDavid Beckham, husband of her ex-bandmate Victoria, received backlash for becoming an ambassador for the World Cup.

With 47 year old David reportedly signing a £10 million deal to be an ambassador for the football tournament, Mel explained that she wouldn’t have accepted an offer to perform there due to the country's controversial human rights record and laws against homosexuality.

In an interview with theDaily Mail, the Spice Girls star said she “wouldn’t feel comfortable” performing in the country.

“Personally, I'm an ally to the LGBTQ+ community and it's not something I would feel comfortable in doing,” she said.

“People want to go over there and help to make a change. Each to their own, but it would be a ‘no’ from me if the offer came.”


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