by Tattle Taylor at . Comments

Scary Spice and The Spice Girls might not be going on tour with Backstreet Boys, or reuniting EVER again, but that doesn't mean they don't know how to dance.

Mel B can twerk, you guys! And twerking has done her booty good!

Check out the assets on Melanie Brown!

Miley Cyrus might have moved the craze into the mainstream, but she's got nothing on Mel B. 

Scary Spice has a scary hot derriere! 

Somewhere, Emma Stone is crying right now. Trust.

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by Free Britney at . Comments

The Spice Girls were together again, if only for one night.

The closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics featured a number of performances by English music stars, including the UK's beloved fab five.

The best-selling girl group of all time made perhaps biggest splash at Sunday night’s big event, busting out a medley of their catchy pop hits.

Watch a two-minute clip of their performance below:

The ladies arrived via multi-colored taxis into the center of the stadium, the floor of which was arranged to resemble Britain's Union Jack.

As they sang “Wannabe” and “Spice Up Your Life” atop their taxis and circling the stadium, rumors of a reunion tour no doubt ran wild.

In case you forgot one or more of them, the Spice Girls are comprised of Melanie Chisholm (“Sporty Spice”), Emma Bunton (“Baby Spice”), Melanie Brown (“Scary Spice”), Geri Halliwell (“Ginger Spice”), and Victoria Beckham (“Posh Spice”).

by Free Britney at . Comments

The Spice Girls are back, and apparently still quite popular.

The famed pop quintet reunited in London on Tuesday morning to announce an upcoming West End musical based on their music: Viva Forever!

It's the first Spice Girls reunion since their 2008 tour.

Spice Girls Photo

In response to the fivesome's return and announcement, “Spice Girls” and “Viva Forever” were trending internationally on Twitter this morning ... girl power!

A promoted tweet from Katy Perry, who is a relative newcomer to pop stardom when compared to the Spice Girls, was the only thing that could keep pace.

As a testament to the enthusiasm that greeted the lovely ladies in London, the Spicy topics continued to trend online for hours after the announcement.

Were you Tweeting about it? And are you excited for a Spice Girls musical?


by Mischalova at . Comments

Baby Spice is all grown up.

But despite actually having a child of her own, Emma Bunton admits to occasionally having the attention span of an infant.

"During 'Mama' I got so carried away looking at the video playing behind us of all the mothers and babies that I forgot some of the lyrics," the Spice Girl wrote on her blog, in reference to a recent San Jose show she and her British pals performed.

As People magazine reports, Bunton did say she "felt a little less nervous tonight than I did in Vancouver and I really let loose and had lots of fun."

That enjoyment is helped along by Melanie Brown, who Emma writes "has a thing for pinching our bottoms ... which makes us all giggle!"

Interesting. That didn't look like Brown in the Heather Mills picture that depicted Sir Paul's ex being spanked.

All in all, Bunton concluded:"We're truly having the best time of our lives and we feel so lucky to get the chance to do it again."

by Mischalova at . Comments

The Spice Girls kicked off their reunion tour last night in Vancouver.

A certain Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder was among those in attendance, although most screams heard throughout the evening were actually not directed at David Beckham for a change.

Great Britan's The Sun reviewed the concert and said reported that Posh Spice "was her fabulous self" and even sang a few short solos; Melanie Chisholm (Sporty Spice) was the strongest singer; and Emma Bunton (Baby Spice) "looked just as bubbly and blonde as ever."

The newspaper also reported that Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice) performed her solo hit remake of "It's Raining Men," while Melanie Brown (Scary Spice) showed off some post-Dancing with the Stars gyrations during her solo performance of Lenny Kravitz's "Are You Gonna Go My Way."

"Just as it was ten years ago, the show wasn't about great singing or dancing. But it was about great entertainment," The Sun wrote. "And the girls delivered the spice."

Almost as well as the paper delivered that pun.

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