Victoria Beckham squashes talk of Spice Girls reunion tour

Victoria Beckham squashes talk of Spice Girls reunion tour

Despite the "brainstorming", though, Beckham ultimately stood her ground, putting an end to the much-gossiped reunion tour.

The Spice Girls had earlier met at Ginger Spice's Hertfordshire residence, where they were accompanied by former manager Simon Fuller.

And while this diva demand from Victoria may appear to be a sneaky ploy to sabotage the Spice Girls reunion, the other members believe they have a good chance of making it happen - not only is Meghan believed to be a fan of the band, she also sported a Victoria Beckham sweater in her engagement shoot.

Last month, the former Spice Girls made our WHOLE year by announcing that they're having a reunion. "The girls aren't going on tour", she told Vogue UK during a preview of her autumn/winter 2018 collection in NY today.

Speaking with Vogue during her fall/winter 2018 collection show at New York Fashion Week over the weekend, she said, "I'm not going on tour". We were just bouncing ideas around.

Of their recent get-together, Beckham said: "It was so great to see the girls".

The Spice Girls formed in the mid-1990s, and released three albums before parting ways in 2000.

In a statement that the group gave to Variety, they shared that now is an incredible time to remind the world that women need to feel empowered.

Still, there's reason to hope: Beckham, 43, says the photo was taken when the Spices gathered for a "fun lunch" to talk about the group's future here in the era of the Time's Up and Me Too movements. "It was really, really, really lovely", Beckham said.

In this 2012 file photo, British band "The Spice Girls" perform during the Closing Ceremony at the 2012 Summer Olympics, in London.

But given that she has fashioned a new career after the Spice Girls broke up, it remains to be seen if she can fit music into her current schedule.