Spice Girls will have at least two new songs debuted on their comeback documentary including the one for Children In Need campaign.
Before launching their reunion tour, Spice Girls will have two new songs debuted at BBC documentary about their comeback. Not only that, the British troupe is also reported writing a charity song that will be performed for this year's Children In Need Campaign.
"We've got full involvement from all of them," BBC One's Peter Fincham said. "They are all keen to get involved with Children In Need. They are recording two new songs and one of them might be a single."
Meanwhile, Melanie C's statement on the possibility that the group extends their reunion tour is made true. A new show in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro is added to the schedule.
A source said, "The girls will make a big announcement next week. Everybody in the Spice camp has been bombarded by Brazilian fans demanding the band bring Girl Power to Brazil. Doing Buenos Aires and not Rio would be a massive faux pas. One of the dates is definitely going to be Brazil."