Spice Girls new music leaks
A new Spice Girls song has been leaked.
Last week, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner teased they were planning something – seemingly without other members Victoria Beckham and Mel C – in honor of the group’s 20th anniversary and it has now emerged they have recorded their first new material in nine years, a track called ‘Song For Her’.
According to The Sun newspaper, the song explores the way the trio have sometimes felt they have lost their Spice Girls identities due to their lives as parents.
Lyrics include: "Wipe up your tears of doubt you have been crying, lift up your dreams feel like you’re flying, never forget the girl is the woman you are."
And it is likely there will be even more new music to come.
A source said: "Obviously the girls have been recording in the studio over the past few months.
"The plan is very much for there to be new music.
"It will not be released under the GEM name that they gave themselves in their announcement, this is still very much the Spice Girls.
"It’s a Spice Girls song through and through and it’s something millions of their fans will be able to relate to having grown up with them.
"You can guarantee as soon as it’s released they will be back at the top of the charts where they belong, with or without Mel C or Victoria."
Earlier this week, Mel B dodged questions as to whether or not Mel C and Victoria will be joining her, Geri and Emma in their reunion.
Asked directly if Victoria is out of the group, she told ‘Access Hollywood Live’: "I think between the five of us, we’re always going to be the Spice Girls.
"But right now who you see saying thank you [in the video] are the ones going to be hurrying it all along."
Later in the interview, Mel was again pressed on whether the others will be back, but simply teased they have some "interesting" things on the way.
She said: "You know what? All will be revealed very, very soon.
"We have a few interesting things that we will be sharing with everybody, or the people that want to know. It’s gonna be very interesting."