Mel B: We'll always be Spice Girls

During her latest appearance on "Loose Women", Ayda joined her fellow panelists in dressing up as the Spice Girls in honour of the 20th anniversary of their first hit "Wannabe". We wanted to say a big thank you to our fans and I was literally on a boat in Ibiza filming a thank you video for the fans and me, Geri and Emma ended up doing it and putting it out there.

Echoing the lyrics of Wannabe, a message written on screen at the end reads: 'We hope to tell you soon what you want, what you really, really want'.

So that's nice and vague.

The pair - who along with Mel B have teased a Spice Girls reunion - were at Silverstone with their families to watch the stars of Formula 1 battle for the trophy. Which definitely bodes well.

Now ladies, tell us what we want, what we really, really want! We just want to make sure Posh is there before we rsvp.

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Victoria Beckham and Melanie Chisholm will not be part of the second attempt the Spice Girls have made at reuniting.

Later on in the show, Ayda Field was asked if Robbie knew Victoria Beckham, to which Ayda laughed and said: "Let's stop!" "[The Olympics] was a flawless time to say, 'That's great".

Halliwell explains how their ticket to success came about: "It didn't take any longer than a day to write "Wannabe.' Mel B came up with the 'zig-a-zig-ahh" line", she revealed.

But Geri revealed that she actually missed the first round of auditions for the band, joining the race when the managers were just down to 12 girls, and admitted doubts on whether she would have been successful from the start.

Emma Bunton would love there to be a Spice Girls reunion. "I'm taking it slowly". "I ran back to our house, and as the girls stood at the top of the stairs peering down at me, I called out, 'What about Spice?' They all looked at one another and nodded in agreement".

  • Carlos Nash