Another Spice Girls reunion is a possibility, Mel C says

Another Spice Girls reunion is a possibility, Mel C says

Mel C believes the Spice Girls are "closer than ever" and could reunite for more concerts in the future.

The girl group - also made up of Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Mel B - reformed for a one-off performance at the London Olympics Closing Ceremony last summer, and although no more shows have been discussed since the 39-year-old singer thinks the 90s band will get back together in the future.

Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, she said: "It's absolutely never say never.

"I have to say, since we reunited in 2007, and doing the Olympics last year, we are closer than ever.

"We have so much fun when we're together. There are no plans at the moment to do anything but if a great opportunity came up I'd jump at the chance."

This week, Ginger Spice Geri and Baby Spice Emma admitted they'd like to do more concerts.

A devoted fan wrote to the band on Twitter telling them he'd like to see them do a farewell tour.

To which Geri replied: "Me too."

Before Emma added: "Me three."

The girls reunited in 2007 for their first tour as a five-piece since May 1998. The "Return of the Spice Girls" shows took place in the UK, across Europe and North America and banked the band $107.2 m (€81.1m).

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