Spice Girls may perform at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding


Spice Girls may perform at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding

Stop right now! The Spice Girls, after months of speculation, might be reuniting in 2018 and Scary Spice (a.k.a. Melanie Brown) has alluded to the potential that it will take place at none other than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding.

Mel B hinted at the bombshell revelation on Tuesday (Feb. 27) during an appearance on The Real. The 42-year-old singer revealed that all five members of the '90s girl band – Victoria Beckham, Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm and Geri Halliwell – will attend and perform at the May 19 nuptials.

Asked by host Loni Love if the group will be performing at the reception, Mel threw her cards up in the air and sighed, "I swear," as Loni, Jeannie Mai and Adrienne Bailon excitedly reacted. She jokingly added, "I'm going to be fired." Earlier in the show, Melanie confessed that "us five Spice Girls" received invitations to the forthcoming ceremony at Windsor Castle. Asked if it was a bona fide royal invitation, the singer replied, "It was [a] proper [one], yes."

Victoria and her husband David Beckham were both guests at Prince William and Kate Middleton's 2011 royal wedding; however, it appears that this time around, the fashion designer could be jumping back into her "little black Gucci dress" to perform alongside her bandmates.

It was previously reported that Ed Sheeran was asked to perform at the engaged couple’s wedding. "I get asked this all the time like I know the royal family. I've met Harry once!" he recently confessed. "[And] that was in 2011 at his gran's Jubilee, and it was like, 'Hey.' 'Hey'... I barely know him!"

It’s unclear in which portion of the big day the Spice Girls would perform. Following Harry and Meghan’s ceremony at St. George’s Chapel, a reception will be held at St. George's Hall for the couple and their guests from the congregation. Later that evening, Prince Charles will treat his youngest son and new daughter-in-law to a private reception for the newlyweds and their "close friends and family."

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