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Spice Girls may cancel their 2017 reunion

Victoria Beckham and Mel C reluctant to return

Zig-a-zig comeback! Spice Girls announce they will reform, 28 June 2007. Pic PA Photo's

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Back in March, it was reported that the Spice Girls were set to both reform and tour for their 20th anniversary, sources say.

Rumours of a 20th anniversary tour have been around for the last year, with Mel B and Geri Halliwell amongst the members who have commented publicly on their desire to reunite for the 20th anniversary of hit debut single 'Wannabe'.

It was then revealed that the Spice Girls reunion had been pushed back to 2017, with Melanie Brown confirming the news during an interview on US chat show Live With Kelly.

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Now, according to The Mirror, the Spice Girls may have to cancel their reunion entirely, with the paper reporting that Mel B, Geri Horner and Emma Bunton are not going through with the reunion with only three of them.

Reports have suggested that Victoria Beckham isn't keen to tour again, and while Melanie C has been supportive of the reunion, she has told the group that she'll only do it if it's all five of them.

It was also recently reported that the band were holding auditions to replace Melanie Chisholm (Mel C) and Victoria Beckham.

The Spice Girls released their debut single 'Wannabe' on July 8, 1996, scoring the first of many number ones and marking this month as it's 20th anniversary.

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