Emma Bunton would love a Spice Girls reunion.
The 40-year-old singer — better known as Baby Spice in the girl group — has admitted that while nothing is definite yet, but she feels their loyal fans “deserve” the chance to be able to celebrate the Wannabe hitmakers’ career spanning two decades.
She said: “Our fans deserve something to celebrate 20 years of loyalty. We don’t have anything pinned down yet, but I’d love to. Some of the others are keen too. Being Baby Spice is the best, and standing on stage with my best friends next to me? There is no better feeling.”
Emma — who is joined by Mel C, Geri Horner, Mel B and Victoria Beckham in the original lineup — is still in regular contact with all of the girls and just yesterday had a phone call from Geri, which lasted well over an hour.
Asked if she misses seeing her bandmates, she said: “I’m lucky I do still see them, but I miss going out with Mel B. Victoria is the funniest person to be around. Mel C is my little breath of fresh air, and me and Geri were on the phone for an hour and a half yesterday.”
The girls have been in the headlines for the past few weeks with talk of their plans for a 20th-anniversary reunion.