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Mel B Fuels More Spice Girl Reunion Rumors With Instagram Snaps

Was Mel B just participating in social media trend #flashbackfriday when she shared old pictures of the Spice Girls? Or was she once again hinting at a possible reunion show? We would love to see these girls back in action!

The first photo featured the band wearing all white posing on a couch, captioned, "The Spice Girls sold 75 MILLION records... How about that?! #GirlPower #SpiceGirls."

The second showed the girls are lined up in mud, reading, "Throw back spice girls and boy do We look happy hahaha (sic)."

A third focused on them resting in a love seat, the former Scary Spice notes they were much happier than in the mud.

Melanie Chisholm, the former Sporty Spice, followed suit with a picture of the five in school uniforms. The other three remained mum from Spice Girls reminiscing.

The Daily Mail reports the Spice Girls are in talks with Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino to hold residency, similar to the likes of Brittany Spears, Celine Dion, and Elton John. Fans speculate if the series of snaps hints at the band getting back together.

Chisholm revealed a few days ago her former band mates try to help her get dates.

"The girls always try and set me up with men, just like any friends, but we haven't had any success yet," she confessed.

"There's been a couple of occasions. But I'm a little too busy being a mum and working." 

The singer split from her partner of ten years Thomas Starr in 2012.

We know these girls stayed close over the years, as they were all together for Victoria Beckham's 40th birthday at the end of April. Though the wife of the famous soccer star does not want to be involved, she gave the band her blessing to do something without her.

Would you like to see a Spice Girls reunion? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!

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