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The Spice Girls reunion tour last year was a highlight of many fans' decade, seeing 700,000 of them turn out for the girls' comeback.
Emma Bunton, Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm and Geri Horner regrouped to perform some of their biggest hits, while Victoria Beckham didn't give Posh Spice another outing.
Now, the quad have spoken about the possibility of more gigs - and it's looking promising.
Emma Bunton revealed this week that she's been on the phone to Geri Horner about the possibility of extra international shows.
"Hopefully there are still some quite exciting things coming from the Spice Girls. Fingers crossed we can do some more shows," she told Daily Mail.
"I have been speaking to Geri and the other girls - we have been chatting and talking about other projects," Emma continued.
"We would love to do more live stuff as well. To do more international shows would be a dream."
That's good enough for us!
The girls' reunion in 2019 was their first for a decade, and it proved super successful, selling out 13 shows across the country.
"The live shows are a bit more difficult to organise at the moment at the time that we're in but there's lots of other little projects going on as well," she added.
"We all have children now, bringing our children on tour was really special so I'm hoping they will get to see a bit more as well."
Fair enough, Emma, but us fans would not say no to some more shows.
In the mean time, we're hanging on to rumours that a Spice Girls movie is in the works.
Following their tour last year, Bosses at Paramount Studios have confirmed a new animated Spice Girls film is on its way, including all five members (Victoria Beckham, too).
According to the Independant, the story will see the girls reimagined as superheroes, and Emma Bunton, Mel C, Geri Halliwell and Mel B will be lending their voices to the production, and it's even thought to include some new songs.
"They are very involved," the president of Paramount Animation told the paper, adding they "had an idea [they'd] been developing" the film.
The yet-unnamed Spice Girls film was due to be released in 2020, 13 years after the girls' first movie, Spice World was released. However, this is likely to be significantly delayed due to coronavirus.
Still, there's a lot of Spice action to look forward to!