Melanie Brown, aka Scary Spice of famous 90s pop group the Spice Girls, said on Oprah's "Where Are They Now?" show that she's ready for a grand reunion tour, as long as the other girls are on board.
"I always am going to live and hope that there's going to be a Spice Girls reunion," Mel B. said in preview video from the upcoming show, Mashable.com reported
Saturday. "That's just me. To convince the other four . . . we'll see!"
The Spice Girls haven't released an album since 1997. Just a short time after, rumors held that in-fighting among the bandmates precipitated a breakup. In the ensuing years, however, four of the girls — Sporty, Baby, Posh and Scary — reunited to record a new album in 2000.
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Nowadays, Mel B. says they are all on good terms, and are enjoying being mothers.
"We're all really good friends," she said. "We all talk to each other."
Mel B. has been especially active among the former bandmates, appearing as a judge on several talent shows such as "America's Got Talent," "The Voice Kids Australia" and "X-Factor."
Last September, she also sat down for an interview on the "Ellen" talk show. During her chat, she and Ellen discussed the group's one-off concert they reunited for during the Olympics. They performed on top of London-style taxicabs, and had a blast, Mel related.
Half-joking, Ellen tried to get her to declare a Spice Girls reunion tour right then and there.
"When do you think y'all will come back?" she asked.
"I'm hoping in the next year or two," Mel responded. "They're going to kill me for this!"
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