THE SPICE Girls are finally getting back together, according to reports.
Rumours of the iconic girlband reforming have been circulating for the last two years.
However, according to The Sun, The Spice Girls are announcing their comeback on Monday, as well as a huge British stadium summer tour.
The only catch is that Victoria Beckham won’t be returning.
It’s claimed David Beckham’s Mrs is too busy working on her fashion empire to re-join Mel B, Geri Horner, Emma Bunton and Melanie C.
The Wannabe singers, who first got together in 1994, have apparently secretly recorded a video message to the world that will be broadcast on Bonfire Night.
They are then set to appear on Jonathan Ross’ ITV chat show for their first live TV appearance next Saturday.
The band haven’t performed since the London Olympics closing ceremony in 2012.
And their last tour was back in January 2008 for their only other reunion.
It’s claimed the comeback is being managed by Simon Fuller and Modest Management, the firm behind the success of One Direction.
The Spice Girls were a four-piece for two years after Geri quit the band back in 1998.
The remaining four then went ahead with their North American tour and recorded their third album, Forever, before going on hiatus in 2000.
As well as Wannabe, the girls are known for hits such as Spice Up Your Life, Stop and Who Do You Think You Are.
They are also known for their “girl power” movement.
We are certainly ready to get out our 90s gear and get ourselves a ticket.