Spice Girls could reunite as a five to perform at Queens Jubilee

Pop group the Spice Girls “could reunite to perform at Queen's Jubilee” which would see the five stars perform together for the first time in a decade.

All five members, Melanie Brown aka Mel B, 46, Melanie Chisholm aka Mel C, 48, Victoria Beckham, 47, Emma Bunton, 46, and Geri Horner, 49, have all said to be asked to reunite for the special occasion.

As part of the celebrations to mark the Platinum Jubilee of her Majesty, the BBC will stage and broadcast a special live concert from Buckingham Palace on Saturday 4 June that will bring together some of the world’s biggest entertainment stars to celebrate the most significant and joyous moments from The Queen’s seven decade reign.

The Sun reports that the Spice Girls have been asked to perform at the Platinum Jubilee concert as a five piece.

A source told the publication: “BBC bosses are determined to put on a show to remember and what band is more iconic than the Spice Girls?

“The invitation has been made and it’s now in the hands of the girls.

“It’s no secret they regret turning down a similar opportunity for the Diamond Jubilee and they all have a deep respect for the Royal Family and the Queen.”

OK! has contacted representatives for the Spice Girls for comment.

The Wannabe singers were asked to perform a decade ago at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations but declined due to heavy workloads.

But after viewing the musical extravaganza on television, the stars regretted their decision.

Mel C, Mel B and Emma all took to Twitter to express their sadness at not being involved.

Mel B wrote at the time: “Makes me sooo  sad spice girls wasn't part of the queens jubilee, break my heart big time, i was so up for it, watched some of it on tv, amazing!"

Mel C wrote: “Bit miffed I'm not down at Buckingham Palace", while Emma re-tweeted several messages from fans, including one which read: "Ok the spice girls should have rocked this show!!"

Geri, otherwise known as Ginger Spice, recently hailed the Queen as the “ultimate” symbol of girl power in a BBC documentary celebrating the Queen’s seven decades on the throne called The Queen: 70 Glorious Years.

Geri said: “The Spice Girls were speaking for a generation of how we were feeling in that era.

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“That you are enough, you are good enough.

"We need encouragement from each other, and rather than a put down a pull up saying, ‘Come on girl you can do it’."

“The Queen is the ultimate ambassador of girl power. She is a huge example to us all," she continued.

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