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Spice Girls reportedly sign contract for reunion tour

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    The Spice Girls pose for photos in Germany in 1997.

They’re ready to spice up your life — again.

The Spice Girls have reportedly signed contracts for a reunion tour in the UK and the U.S., TMZ reported.

Mel B signed the dotted line on Friday and the other members followed suit, sources told the gossip site.

Victoria Beckham, aka Posh Spice, told Vogue after TMZ broke the news of a possible reunion tour that it wasn’t happening, but it seems she’s changed her tune.

The contract signed by the five women includes the number and locations of concerts, as well as compensation, which was not revealed.

The success starts to pour in! After their first series of singles topped charts in more than 53 countries, the world knew these girls were here to stay. In Nov. of 1996, the group released their debut album “Spice” in Europe with a reaction the mirror Beatlemania. Millions of copies were sold before it even reached its United States release later in Feb. of 1997.

There will reportedly only be a limited number of concerts and no new music will be performed — just the hits.

The pop group formed in 1994 features Melanie Brown aka Scary Spice, Melanie Chisholm aka Sporty Spice, Emma Bunton aka Baby Spice, Geri Halliwell aka Ginger Spice and Beckham.

The Spice Girls took a hiatus in 2000 and hit the road for their first reunion tour in 2007 and 2008. They later reunited once more for the 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony in London where they performed a medley of “Wannabe” and “Spice Up Your Life.”

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