Anyone who's too young to remember what life was like before smartphones
will probably have no clue just how big the Spice Girls phenomenon was
back in the late 90s. But that might soon chance if TV producers in the UK get their way.
According to the Mirror, producers are kicking around the idea of a Spice Girls documentary that would ideally coincide with the premiere of the group's new musical Viva Forever. The 90-minute documentary would feature one-on-one interviews with all the spices: Mel B (Scary), Geri Halliwell (Ginger), Emma Bunton (Baby), and Mel C. (Sporty).
Currently missing in that line-up is none other than Victoria Beckham. No word on whether the now Mrs. Beckham will be interested in going through with it, since she also turned down a chance to reunite during the Queen's Jubilee concert. As much of a expensive Hermes wet-blanket Victoria can be, it just wouldn't be a Spice Girls documentary without Posh Spice.