LONDON - A Spice Girls reunion is in the making, though it might not involve actual singing.
The British pop group are reuniting to put out new projects, and all five members are being paid £10 million (S$18.7 million) each.
The deal is on even though one of the members, Victoria Beckham, who is otherwise known as Posh Spice, has set the condition that she will not have to sing at all.
According to British reports, the new projects that the band will be involved in include a reality TV talent show, a compilation album of their greatest hits, endorsement deals as well as possibly judging a Chinese TV talent show.
The members are believed to be meeting sometime on Friday (Feb 2), said to be the first time all five women are in the same room since 2012.
Besides Beckham, the other members in the group are Melanie Chisolm, or Sporty Spice; Emma Bunton, or Baby Spice; Geri Halliwell, or Ginger Spice; and Melanie Brown, or Scary Spice.
The Spice Girls, formed in 1994, are one of the biggest girl groups of all time. Their debut album Spice, released in 1996 and including hit songs such as Wannabe and 2 Become 1, is reportedly the biggest-selling album by a girl group in music history.
The group went on hiatus in 2000 as the members wanted to pursue solo careers, but they reunited for tours in 2007 and again in 2012.