The singer-turned-designer spoke to Andy Cohen on Monday’s episode of Watch What Happens Live and addressed whether or not she’ll consider returning to the stage for a revival tour with her former girl group.
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“I had so much fun being in the Spice Girls,” she said. “But I think now with everything else I’ve got going on—with my fashion, and my beauty line, four children—I couldn’t commit to that.”
Cohen then suggested a hologram concert like the one ABBA recently threw in London. “Hologram Spice,” he and Anne Hathaway, who was also a guest on the show for Monday’s episode, said.
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“That’s a great idea,” Beckham, a.k.a. Posh Spice, replied. “That is a good idea.”
The Spice Girls made their music debut in 1994 and broke up in 2000, announcing that they would be pursuing individual careers. Seven years later, however, they all reunited for The Return of the Spice Girls Tour.
In 2012, they again performed together, this time at the closing ceremony of the London Olympic Games. And in 2018, the group—sans Beckham—reunited for a world tour. A second tour without the designer was scheduled for 2021, but the singers were forced to cancel it due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Mel B has since said that she will get the group back together onstage by 2023, but only time will tell if she can.
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.