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Whatever happened to "sugar and spice and everything nice"?

Mel B appeared on the podcast Allegedly and got very candid when it came time to talk about the Spice Girls. Ever since the famous girl group went on a reunion tour years ago, fans have been dying for another one. Unfortunately, however, it wouldn't be everyoneVictoria Beckham AKA Posh Spice wouldn't come along for the fun.

Now a fashion mogul, Victoria has left the world of music behind her. There have been rumors that Victoria can be a bit of a diva, and Mel didn't agree—or disagree—with the hearsay. "She's very down to earth. She's just a little bit of a bitch to people," Mel admitted.

But she made sure to note that Victoria has a "great sense of humor" and even confessed that the entire group could be "bitches at some point." Even though they all had their moody moments, Mel said being part of the Spice Girls was like having "five best friends" around all the time.

Victoria Beckham, Spice Girls, History of Little Black Dress

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Will they rekindle and give fans what they want?! Will the Spice Girls reunite once more?!

"It's a never-ending question. The thing is we are in talks with each other, closely about this reunion," she admitted. "So until there's something official to say there's no point in saying anything. Until there's tour dates to announce, tour dates, then there's point in talking about it until it actually happens."

So you're telling us there's a chance! "I do feel it's getting closer and closer," she added.

Mel also revealed that during her days with the group she kept many diaries and requested her fellow singers write in them every time they would do something monumental.

"We used to walk up to a radio station and I'd go, 'Write down your thoughts and your feelings now!' And I got all these diaries it kind of brings back a lot of good memories," she revealed. "I'm glad I kind of forced everyone to write in that diary, many diaries. Now it's worth millions! I'm joking. We had so much fun. We toured the world together."

Oh what we wouldn't give to read those pages.