Singer Emma Bunton, who was a member of Spice Girls band, says all the members love to work together and they may reunite in future. The group, which is now disbanded, comprised of Bunton, Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Melanie Chisholm and Melanie Brown. They had last collaborated for a performance at the closing ceremony of 2012 Olympics held in Los Angeles.
Asked if she wants a reunion of the band in future, Emma Bunton said: "I'd love to do something like that again. That's the thing with us, we do love working together." However, Bunton accepts that everyone is busy with their individual work right now, reports femalefirst.co.uk. "But it's very difficult now being so busy. But I think when the right opportunity comes up then we will go, 'Right, let's work this out'," said Bunton. "But I don't know when this will be or if it will be but I love working with them," she added.
The group named Spice Girls consisted of five members, who each later adopted nicknames initially ascribed to them: Melanie Brown ("Scary Spice"), Melanie Chisholm ("Sporty Spice"), Emma Bunton ("Baby Spice"), Geri Halliwell ("Ginger Spice"), and Victoria Beckham, née Adams ("Posh Spice").
The girls released their debut single, "Wannabe", in 1996, which hit number-one in more than 30 countries. They were praised for being the pioneers that paved the way for the commercial breakthrough of teen pop in the late 1990s.
The debut album of Spice Girls sold more than 28 million copies worldwide, becoming the best-selling album by a female group in music history.
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