Girl power group the Spice Girls have allegedly seen another setback to future reunion efforts.
Plans for a 2023 reunion tour and animated film were apparently in the works.
Now those plans have allegedly been scrapped.
No more Spice Girls reunion?
After all five girls returned to perform in 2012 at the closing ceremony of the Summer Olympics the world was begging for more.
For years plans to attempt to reunite the band continued to ebb and flow.
In 2017 Gerri, Emma, and Mel B even attempted their own mini resurgence as Spice Girls GEM, which wasn’t to be.
But in 2019 the world was graced with a 13 stop tour with four of the girls.
Victoria Beckham declined and wished them all well.
Thirst for the famous fivesome to reunite was still at fever pitch.
Following the success of the tour, the band’s manager Simon Fuller announced an animated feature film had been greenlit with a possible tour to follow.
But according to The Sun in the UK, inside sources have reported future plans have been abandoned.
Did Covid cancel the Spice Girls plans?
With Covid-19 and the Omicron variant ripping through the world the entertainment industry has attempted to stay functioning.
Plans for a Spice Girls animated superhero film featuring all five girls were allegedly proceeding with a possible tour in the works too.
Apparently, Victoria Beckham was even joining the film.
However, as the Omicron variant has spread and caused havoc across the world, plans for a reunion have allegedly been scrapped.
The Sun is reporting “inside sources” as the confirmation that plans have been scrapped.
Thankfully there is no official word on the fate of the famous group yet.
Fans can still hold out hope on an official response from representatives of the band who have yet to confirm the fate of the projects.
Watch the Spice Girls performance at the Olympics closing ceremony below.
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