Spice Girls ‘in talks to headline Glastonbury’ after reforming for 2019 tour

The Spice Girls are in talks to headline Glastonbury festival next year, it has been reported.

The girl group announced they were reuniting last month, though Posh Spice Victoria Beckham will not be joining the band on tour.

Instead, Mel B – real name Melanie Brown – Melanie Chisholm, Geri Horner and Emma Bunton will perform across the UK next summer.

Now, Mel B has said the band are in talks with Glastonbury organisers Michael and Emily Eavis about performing at the festival in June.

Spice Girls 'in talks to headline Glastonbury' after reforming for 2019 tour

The Spice Girls – Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner – have reunited
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Spice Girls 'in talks to headline Glastonbury' after reforming for 2019 tour

The girl band are reportedly in talks to headline Glastonbury
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She told The Sun : "Glastonbury. It’s been talked about. But we’re so pop and it’s so cool – that’ll be funny to me.

"I think Mel C would really appreciate us doing that – she’s the cool one. She’s the cool indie chick."

Mel B had previously confirmed the Spice Girls planned to invite guest stars to perform on their tour.

Spice Girls 'in talks to headline Glastonbury' after reforming for 2019 tour

Katy Perry has reportedly agreed to join the Spice Girls on tour
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Speaking on Jessie Ware’s Table Manners podcast, she said: "I’ve also had an idea which we’ve talked about – getting other people on stage with us.

"Katy Perry has agreed to do it – hopefully Adele will do it."

Spice Girls 'in talks to headline Glastonbury' after reforming for 2019 tour

The band have been chatting to Glasto organisers Michael and Emily Eavis

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The Spice Girls, formed in 1994 and one of the most successful acts of the decade, have not performed together since the London Olympics closing ceremony in 2012, and they last toured together 10 years ago.

The group previously performed as a four-piece for two years after Horner quit the band in 1998.

The group went on hiatus in 2000 after recording their third album Forever, and are best known for their hits including Wannabe, 2 Become 1 and Spice Up Your Life.

Glastonbury will begin on June 26 and end on June 30.