Singer Mel B says her children want the Spice Girls band to reunite.
The singer, who just finished a stint as a judge on Australia’s “X Factor”, is now joining Broadway’s “Chicago – The Musical” as Roxie Hart.
In a conversation with late-night talk show host Seth Meyers about the eight-week stint, the 41-year-old former Spice Girls member spoke about her children’s desire, reports dailymail.co.uk.
“My daughters surprised us on set in London when we were doing the Spice Girls tour and to them the band aren’t real people — they’re Baby, Sporty, Posh and Ginger and I’m like ‘they have real names!’.
“The kids (Phoenix, 17, Angel, 9, Madison, 5) want the Spice Girls to get back together. They missed that cycle, so I’m hoping once we have our schedule sorted, we can say thank you to the fans for all the support and celebrate,” she said.
As Meyers praised the band for being emotionally ready to get back together, the mother-of-three added: “We’ve all grown up, we’re not b****es anymore.”
Apart from Mel B, Spice Girls also consisted of members Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Victoria Beckham.