Pop icons the Spice Girls are reportedly reuniting for a UK stadium tour — but without Victoria Beckham.
The blockbuster announcement is set to be made on Monday in a video message secretly recorded by the four remaining members, Mel B, Emma Bunton, Mel C and Geri Horner, according to The Sun.
It will be broadcast on Bonfire Night and marks the end of years of rumours and false dawns, giving fans what they really, really want.
The newspaper says the group will appear on ITV's The Jonathan Ross Show next Saturday night in their first television interview following the thrilling news.
They haven't performed together since the London Olympics Closing Ceremony in 2012, which was believed to be the last time they would share a stage.
It is 11 years since they last toured together as part of their most recent reunion.
This time around, it will be a new line-up as a four-piece, with Victoria "Posh Spice" Beckham choosing instead to focus on her fashion business.
They have been down to four members before, when Ginger Spice quit in 1998 to go solo, but this is the first time they have been without Victoria.
It is understood that the comeback is being masterminded by Simon Fuller, who helped the band become a global phenomenon in the 1990s, and Modest Management, the team behind One Direction.
Now the older and wiser group will be bringing Girl Power to a whole new generation of fans, together with some of their biggest hits including Wannabe, Say You'll Be There, Who Do You Think You Are and Mama.
The tour will apparently take place next summer at venues yet to be announced.
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