Calm your horses. That hyped Spice Girls reunion is definitely not happening

Calm your horses. That hyped Spice Girls reunion is definitely not happening

Basically, we don't deserve good things.

Posh Spice always did like putting the dampner on things. A few days ago, a reunion of sorts was captured at Geri Halliwell’s house of the entire group posing together. From a photo to a reunion and subsequent tour, the leap was obvious. TMZ in particular went on a rampage, ‘revealing’ details of the said tour leading to a frenzy among fans.

But Posh, Ginger, Sports, Baby, and Scary seemingly have no plans of getting back together. Victoria Beckham revealed that the two photos – one of the group, and one with their manager Simon Fuller – was just that. A get-together where old friends with catching up.

Love u all so much!!! X Such a great day!! Thank u Simon! X VB

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Victoria Beckham, designer of magnificently expensive and usually monochrome clothes, will have you know that your dreams have come to naught. As per Vogue, when questioned, she said: “I’m not going on tour. The girls aren’t going on tour. It was really, really, really lovely… But this (while talking about her new collection) is what I do now.”

The group met over lunch just to catch up on each other’s lives and talk about the tectonic shift that were the #MeToo and #TimesUp initiatives.

There you go: The Spice Girls, arguably the most popular all girls band, are definitely NOT getting back together. Yet. Old videos playing on loop is the best we can do for guess, clearly:

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