They’ve been umming and ahhing about a return for some time.
But now sources claim the Spice Girls are reuniting for a 13-date UK tour, with three shows at Wembley stadium in 2019.
According to The Sun, a source revealed that former manager Simon Fuller is helming the reunion and each member of the band is expected to make £12 million assuming its a sell out.
The insider said: “After much to’ing and fro’ing, a deal has been signed, and an official announcement will be made soon.”
They added: “The girls can’t wait to go back on tour, perform to the fans and sing some of their greatest hits.”
However Posh Spice herself will be the only member of the group not joining the tour.
While a reason hasn’t be given, Fuller revealed two years ago that Victoria Beckham “always felt uncomfortable” being in the Spice Girls.
Speaking with Global News, he said: “Victoria, coming out of the Spice Girls, being married to David Beckham, launched a solo career.”
Fuller added: “She never felt comfortable.
“Even in the Spice Girls – it was great fun, she was in the world’s biggest group for two or three years – but she didn’t feel comfortable.”
The Spice Girls originally split in 2000 before reuniting for a world tour from 2007-2008.
The last time they performed live with all five member was at the 2012 London Olympics closing ceremony.