They were once one of the biggest girl groups of the '90s, but it's been years since the five Spice Girls were together on tour. Earlier this year, there was a brief but frenzy-inducing report that the Spice Girls may reunite with the Backstreet Boys for a reunion tour, but it was shot down almost as quickly as it had gained momentum.
But that was then.
"I always am going to live and hope that there's going to be a Spice Girls reunion," Mel B. says in the above video. "That's just me. To convince the other four... we'll see!"
Three years after their breakout success in the late '90s, the Spice Girls stopped touring together, prompting the press to circulate rumors of in-fighting that lead to a break-up. Today, Mel B. says that the women are actually on very good terms.
"We're all really good friends," she says. "We all talk to each other."
With all of the other former members of the group busy with individual pursuits, a reunion might not seem likely. Mel B. herself has a packed schedule as a judge on "America's Got Talent," "The Voice Kids Australia" and, most recently, the "X-Factor." Yet, "Scary Spice" says it might just come down to timing.
"I don't think it's a question of 'no,'" Mel B. says. "It's a question of when."