Spice Girls will allow fellow celebrities to pop questions for them in a two-hour show.
Within the hectic schedule anticipating their reunion, Spice Girls manage to slip in a one-off live show for celebrities. The British pop band will perform in front of stars like Elton John and Robbie Williams in a two-hour special.
The group that will launch their worldwide tour this December said that they are holding a question and answer session that will feature stars beamed in via satellite. The show will be captured by a TV station that is still to be decided following a bidding war for the right between BBC and ITV.
"There is huge demand for them across the world so it makes sense to do something with a global feel," a source told Sun tabloid.
Meanwhile, the band that failed to attend Princess Diana's memorial concert, received support from Diana's second son Harry. The Prince denied rumors that he was disappointed upon their absence on the July 1 event. Harry said, "I think it's absolutely fantastic they've gotten back together."