Sporty, Scary, Ginger and Baby, let's give them their proper titles - spoke about their comeback on Heart Breakfast, the radio show now presented by Bunton alongside Jamie Theakston. However, there will be one notable absentee from the live shows - Victoria Beckham, who has decided not to rejoin the group but shared her support on social media.
She went on to say they were recording a new album, with the rest of the girls chastising her for "fibbing".
"Girls, I've missed you", said Emma to much chatter as they walked into the studio.
But Mel B, in typically cheeky form interjected: "She is joining us at Wembley on June 14th".
"Because of her business commitments Victoria won't be joining the girls on tour, but (she) will always be one of the Spice Girls and remains aligned with Emma, Mel B, Melanie C and Geri in preserving their unique legacy", the announcement read.
Geri Horner suggested there might be more dates "if Mel B behaves herself".
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And on BBC Radio 2 earlier, she also said "No, it's not!" when Chris Evans said the group's Wembley Stadium gig on 15 June would be their last show. You know where to find me'.
Emma agreed, saying: "We are celebrating for the women who were there when we came out - they're going to have a great time!"
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They first performed as a four-piece after Geri quit the band in 1998, continuing for two years before they split up.
While the news of a reunion began to surface over the weekend, we were all greeted on Monday morning with a promo pic of the Spice Girls (minus Victoria) all back together again.