Spice Girl Emma Bunton has hinted the iconic girl group could be heading on tour to Australia soon.
Bunton more commonly known as Baby Spice, appeared on the Australian talk show Sunrise and said she wanted the group to perform in Australia for a special reunion tour.
"Do you know what, I want to do it, let’s just say yes, why not!" She told Sunrise.
"We have been speaking about it, of course, we have, but with the pandemic and everything that happened, it’s been tougher to organise."
In 2019, the 90s pop group reunited for a stadium tour in the United Kingdom.
Mel B, Geri Halliwell, Melanie C and Bunton all took part, while ‘Posh Spice’ Victoria Beckham declined the invitation to take part in the tour, 7 News Australia reported.
The 'Spice World' tour, played to 700,000 fans over 13 dates and earned them an estimated $NZD168 million dollars.
Bunton said she loved performing with the girls again.
"I don’t think I could ever have dreamt how incredibly big it became."
Mel B (Scary Spice), sparked rumours of a tour down under when she yelled "see you in February in Australia," to the crowd during their final show at Wembley Stadium.
Unfortunately for Spice Girls fans, the tour didn't occur and the girl group has never played in Australia.
Bunton had appeared on Sunrise to promote her new baby brand 'Kit and Kin' as the products had become available in Australia.