But at the moment the girls are not all decided on the topic of performing.
Spice Girls fans all over the world rejoiced when the famous five-piece came together at Geri Horner's home on Friday afternoon. The debut single made it to number one in nearly forty countries, establishing them as a force to reckoned with.
It comes after it was revealed the 90s girl group are set for a full reunion after all of them reportedly agreed to come on board with the Simon Fuller-led reunion if Victoria was given assurances that she won't have to sing.
She sees it as a big part of their identity, and one they should keep.
And if we were not already excited enough by the thought of another reunion, Emma Bunton has revealed more details about their cosy afternoon.
When Theakston asked if there's going to be recording or live shows, she said coyly: "Not yet". The Spice Girls getting back together has absolutely no hidden agenda, they're doing it for the #GirlPower and nothing more!
"It's been unbelievable to be able to share this passion with others, but above all it has allowed me to create this collective of iconic Spice Girls history".
We reminisced about the old times, we were talking about the kids, it was lovely. She said that they felt now is the right time for exploring new opportunities which would embrace what The Spice Girls felt was their original essence, empowering females everywhere as well as their future generations.
"We are always overwhelmed at how much interest there is across the whole world for The Spice Girls".
The group first made it big in 1996 with their number one hit, but ended up splitting up in 2000.
Bunton added: "We need another kind of sit down, because we were chatting for hours and then we were like, "Oh we've got to pick the kids up!" However, the insider added that while both Victoria and Mel C had been against a tour ahead of the meeting, they had started to come around to the idea by the end of the day.
The band are believed to have talked about working on a series of upcoming projects, including TV shows, endorsements, and a greatest hits compilation.