Geri Halliwell has refused to rule out another Spice Girls reunion at Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee later this year (12) - but only if all of the bandmembers are involved.
The pop stars, who split in 2000, staged a brief reunion in 2007 for a worldwide tour and fans are now speculating they will join forces once more to help celebrate the British monarch's 60 years on the throne.
Spice Girl Melanie Brown recently appeared to confirm the rumours, after letting slip to the media, "Well, we do have the Queen's Diamond Jubilee coming up. Did I really say that?"
And now Halliwell insists she's all for a Spice Girls return for the Diamond Jubilee.
She tells Britain's Sunday Mirror, "We did get the offer and it is exciting. Obviously we are a band and it's a collective decision that has to be made as a band.
"We need to all be in the same place with it and we have to take into account all of our lives. We wouldn't do it without all five of us. I do feel it's an incredible honour and privilege. Performing at Buckingham Palace for the Queen - it doesn't get bigger than that."