Spice Girls singer Mel B has confirmed the girl group are currently working on an ''exciting'' reunion.
Mel B says the Spice Girls are planning an "exciting" reunion.
The 34-year-old singer has revealed the girl group - also consisting of Emma Bunton, Victoria Beckham, Mel C and Geri Halliwell - are ecstatic to be working on the comeback project.
She told BANG Showbiz: "We are definitely going to be doing something together again soon. We're actually working on it right now. I don't want to say too much because I don't want to spoil the surprise, but it's really, really exciting. I can't wait to be singing with the girls again!"
However, Mel - also known as 'Scary Spice' - has refused to give extra further details of their reunion.
The pop star - who was partying with celebrity guests at exclusive London nightspot Shoreditch House last night (12.10.09) at the launch of the new O2 Palm Pre mobile phone - added: "I really don't want to say too much just yet."
Last month, it was reported Mel wanted to get the band back together for a one-off performance in South Africa next summer, at the same time as the soccer World Cup.
At the time, it was suggested Victoria - whose husband is England soccer star David Beckham - may not take part and the girls could perform as a foursome.
A source said: "Mel's determined to get the girls back together for the World Cup and wants them to plough ahead as a foursome if Victoria doesn't want to take part. She has got the others excited by the idea of a one-off appearance. They are very interested."