During her visit to The Tonight Show, Emma opened up about her admiration for all things Spice Girls, the popular British singing group, when she was younger.
While on the show, the band who are reuniting for a tour of the United Kingdom next year, their first reunion in a decade, also explained why Victoria Beckham won't be joining them on the road.
Fashion designer Beckham posted on Instagram on Monday that she wouldn't join the other four Spice Girls on stage again. But she did raise the valid point that she was never really asked [to go on tour].
In a new taped interview for The Jonathan Ross Show, which will air in the United Kingdom on Saturday, Mel C says, "Do you know what is actually quite amusing?"
'I spoke to her 2 days ago, before the announcement and she's said it for years that she just does not want to do it anymore, so we knew that, ' Geri confirmed Mel C's words.
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"No we did!", Bunton exclaimed, while Horner said Beckham was "busy with her fashion and she has moved on". We support her and she has been a huge part of our lives and we care about her so it's all good ...
The group got back together for a tour in 2007-2008 and also performed at the London Olympics closing ceremony in 2012.
When Ross asked if it was true that Beckham did not enjoy the performing side of being in the band, Horner admitted: "No and you don't want to make somebody do something they don't want to do". However, it turns out that one member of the legendary girl group, Victoria Beckham, is not going to join the other ladies!
Brown said the quartet would begin recording a new album next week only for Chisholm to dismiss the idea and say her bandmate was "fibbing".
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