Plans for a Spice Girls reunion are reportedly being blocked by Mel C's uncertainty return to the group.
A reunion has been planned, but it won't happen, not now at least. Spice Girls' former manager, Simon Fuller says the girls group has planned to return to the industry "with a big bang," which will include a world tour. Unfortunately, the reunion plan is blocked by Melanie C's reluctance.
"All of the girls are up for it and the reunion will definitely happen in the next 18 months. The only person showing any reluctance is Mel C. She thinks her solo career is bigger than the band, which is just not the case. She needs to wise up and realize a reunion would be amazing for everybody concerned," Fuller said.
Concerning Mel C's uncertainty to rejoin the rest of the Girls, "Emma [Bunton] and Geri [Halliwell] are meeting her soon to discuss everything and convince her to finally sign a deal." The Spice Girls were a Brit Award winning-English all-female pop group, consisted of Emma Bunton, Victoria Adams, Geri Halliwell, Melanie Brown, and Mel C. Fuller founded the five-piece in 1994.