If you wanna have a reunion, you've gotta have it without Posh Spice.

In a new interview with the Sunday Times Style section, fashion mogul Victoria Beckham made it clear that she wanted no part in another Spice Girls reunion—but largely because it all went so right the first time.

"I think I learnt a lot from the Spice Girls, most importantly how you can have everything one minute and then lose it the next," the erstwhile Posh Spice told the paper, in regard to her successful fashion empire. "I've been given a second chance, so I'm not going to lose it again."

This statement comes on the heels of the announcement that there will in fact be a Spice Girls reunion—of sorts.

Former group members Melanie "Mel B" Brown, Geri Halliwell and Emma Bunton have organized a mini reunion to honor the 20th anniversary of the girls' first single, "Wannabe."

Emma Bunton, Geri Horner, Melanie Brown, Spice Girls


Now going by the name GEM (for Geri, Emma, Mel), the trio has been teasing fans for a few months as to what they can expect regarding an anniversary celebration.

"We hope to tell you soon what you want, what you really really want," the trio said in a YouTube video they posted earlier this fall.

While there are no confirmed details as to what, exactly, fans should start looking forward to, Bekcham in particular hopes that there's new music.

"What we did in the Spice Girls was so special. If they sang Spice Girls songs I think I might be a bit sad," she told the Sunday Times.

But don't think Posh doesn't wish Scary, Ginger and Baby the best of luck.

When asked if she wishes GEM well, the style maven replied positively.

"Of course, as a new group, I do," she said. "I [just] think they should sing their own material.

Melanie Chisholm, aka Sporty Spice, aka Mel C, wasn't turned on by the idea, either.

In an interview with LOVE magazine, the songstress reassured fans over the summer that she does love her former mates, but she was ready to move on.

"The hardest part for me was letting people down," she told the mag about being asked to reunite. "But something just didn't feel quite right, and I had to follow my gut."

Explaining what GEM was all about, Mel B said on the Late Late Show With James Corden last month, "We're going to perform and celebrate together for the people.

Asked about the missing Spices, the America's Got Talent judge cracked, "The other two bitches didn't want to do it!...My other two fellow lovely ladies."

Time will tell just how close GEM gets to giving fans what they really, really want.

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