After their sell-out, 13-date UK and Ireland tour, all seemed rosy in the Spice Girls' garden.
But reports suggest that Geri Horner - Ginger Spice - is reluctant to sign up for an international tour.
The legendary girl band completed their final gig at Wembley Stadium, and Mel B announced during the show that they are planning to take the show to Australia, despite Mel later admitting that there was no confirmation from the rest of the girls.The Sun quotes a source close to the band, who said: "The other girls all want to take their Spice World show internationally.
Geri loved the tour but it was very hard going on her and she really feels like three nights at Wembley Stadium is the perfect high to end on.
"Geri loved the tour but it was very hard going on her and she really feels like three nights at Wembley Stadium is the perfect high to end on.
"She doesn’t really want to be away from her kids for any long stretches and just feels like it might not be worthwhile."
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Emma Bunton, 43, Mel C, 45, Mel B, 44, and Geri, 46, are believed to have made millions from the reunion tour but, while fans have loved the shows, headlines have followed the girls around.
Mel B confessed on Good Morning Britain that she was upset after Victoria Beckham failed to turn up to any of the Spice Girls reunion concerts.
She also slammed both Victoria and Geri on Piers Morgan's Life Stories, while also intimating she had slept with Geri.
This is not the first time Geri has quit the band.
She famously left in 1998, citing power struggles with Mel B as her reason for leaving.
Before the reunion tour this summer, Geri apologised for quitting in the 90s.
"It suddenly occurred to me this afternoon, I need to say something I should have said a long time ago: I'm sorry.
"I'm sorry I left. I was just being a brat. It is so good to be back with the girls that I love."
Let's hope she stays!
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