Mel B’s tell-all autobiography could mark the end of Spice Girls’ heavily-rumoured reunion

It's reported that the release will detail feuds within the group

A tell-all autobiography from Mel B could ruin the chances of the long-awaited Spice Girls reunion, it has been reported.

The iconic ’90s girl band formed in 1994, before splitting in 2000. During their hugely-successful career, they released three studio albums and a film, Spice World.

Earlier this year, it was heavily rumoured that the group would return. Numerous reports suggested that the ‘Wannabe’ stars would embark on a tour and record new music. While Victoria Beckham debunked the claims, Mel B said the band were in fact reforming.

“We are in the works of figuring the stuff out,” she revealed. “I don’t want to say too much, but all five of us have signed with Simon Fuller. It’s all very exciting.”

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Now, it has been reported that Mel B could be about to burn bridges between herself and her former bandmates – dashing the hopes of Spice Girls fans in the process.

According to The Sun, an upcoming tell-all book from the singer will detail feuds she’s had with Geri Horner and Victoria Beckham.

“After the book comes out, there’ll be no hope of the Spice Girls getting back together,” a source said. “It’s going to dig up a lot of old dirt.”

It’s claimed that Brown will discuss the time she tried to get free clothes from Beckham’s clothing line. “Mel talks about how Victoria wouldn’t lend her anything from her fashion range when it launched and told her to pay for dresses, which went down like a lead balloon.”

Meanwhile, a new Spice Girls exhibition is currently being held in London. SPICEUP is running at Angel’s Business Design Centre until August 20. It will then visit Manchester Central until September 4. The collection is being described as “the biggest touring exhibition of Spice Girls memorabilia in the world.”