June 21, 2005 10:44

SPICE GIRLS REUNION OFF?

Organiser Bob Geldof reveals there are problems...

SPICE GIRLS REUNION OFF?
MEL B is having "difficulty" agreeing to a SPICE GIRLS reunion for the LIVE 8 concert, according to organiser BOB GELDOF.

But Geldof hopes the singer will change her mind before and take part in the event at London's Hyde Park on July 2.

He told UK TV show 'Richard And Judy' yesterday (June 20) that Mel B was working in California but also "has difficulty going back to something she did in the past".

He added: "I'll call her during the week and if she can't do it, she can't do it."

Geldof told co-host Richard Madeley "No, it's got to be all or nothing," when suggested the band reform without the artist formerly known as 'Scary Spice'.

When Geldof revealed plans for the Live 8 concerts at the end of May, he said there was a strong possibility that The Spice Girls would reform for the event.

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