Glastonbury is no stranger to booking unlikely acts, but if Melanie Brown has her way, next year’s festival could outdo all others.

Scary says she is working to make sure the Spice Girls perform for the world-famous Worthy Farm event’s 50th anniversary next year. Not only that, she is promising to get Posh Spice Victoria Beckham involved, too.

Melanie Brown aka 'Mel B' at Los Angeles International Airport on July 2018
Image: Mel B says she is working on making the full reunion happen

In an interview with the Mail On Sunday, she said: “My plan is for all five of us to do Glastonbury next year for the 50th anniversary. I’m in the process of persuading Victoria to do it. And I will make it happen.”

The band got back together for a long-awaited reunion tour of the UK and Ireland earlier this year, but without Posh, who wished them luck but said no to the comeback.

Brown said she wants the reunion to continue.

“I don’t want it to end,” she said. “It was me who spent years and years nagging the rest of them to get back out there. Now we’ve done it, and we loved it. I’m going to make sure there will be more.”

Spice Girls perform during the Closing Ceremony on Day 16 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Olympic Stadium on August 12, 2012 in London, England.
Image: The Spice Girls last performed as a five-piece during the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games

She said she was determined to convince Beckham to take part next time, saying of the reunion: “Victoria is Victoria. She didn’t want to do it. She missed out.”

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Brown also said in the interview that she was touched when Horner apologised for quitting the band in 1998, on the last night of the tour at Wembley Stadium.

The Spice Girls continued as a foursome after Geri Halliwell's departure in 1998
Image: The Spice Girls continued as a foursome after Geri Halliwell’s departure in 1998

She said: “Geri and I are in a good place now. On the last night at Wembley, Geri did something which, I think, meant more to me than any of the other girls.

“She said sorry for leaving the group back in 1998. We had been so close and then she just left and never really said why and never really said sorry until a few weeks ago.

“She gave me a massive hug after she said it and both of us had tears in our eyes because we knew, deep down, it had needed to be said for a long time, something that had rankled between us.”

courtesy of Sky News