It's been a Spice World kind of week.
The Spice Girls stormed to worldwide fame in 1996 after the release of their first single "Wannabe", spreading their message of girl power.
While on the show, the band who are reuniting for a tour of the United Kingdom next year, their first reunion in a decade, also explained why Victoria Beckham won't be joining them on the road.
Meanwhile, a source previously told ET that Victoria would not be joining the tour because 'she has a family to look after and also a business to run'.
The band that peaked in the 1990s have added five shows to its planned reunion tour next year after fans complained they couldn't buy tickets.
As the '90s pop group continue to dominate entertainment headliners, it seems that it was actually neither of these reasons.
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However, the "Stop" hitmakers still won't rule out hope that Victoria will join them for at least one show on the tour. Uh-oh, awkward much? She really supports us and we really support her, but she did raise the point that she was never actually asked.
"It's going to be unusual, you know, because none of us can watch the Spice Girls on stage but she will be able to", Chisholm said of Beckham during an interview for Heart Radio. She was busy with her fashion career and she's moved on.
And she had a special affinity for Baby Spice aka Emma Lee Bunton.
"We realised that a while back that she didn't enjoy that so much".
"I don't think tickets are on sale but I'm going to figure it out!" she added. The philosophy of us is that we're a band, on and off stage and we really do care for each other, we support one another and support her, she's been a huge part of our lives and we truly care about her, so it's all good'.