The Spice Girls haven't performed together since 2008, but reports say they are likely to reunite for the London Olympics closing ceremony.
According to The Telegraph, which cites a source in confirming the news, the pop group will perform two songs at the ceremony including the 1996 hit "Wannabe."
The Olympics organizers apparently have been chasing the Spice Girls for two years, but the London Daily Mail says four of the group's singers -- Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice), Emma Bunton (Baby Spice), Melanie Chisholm (Sporty Spice) and Melanie Brown (Scary Spice) -- were interested in performing, while Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice) was not.
Beckham's tune recently changed, allowing the group to commit to the appearance.
"We are so proud to be English and we are very excited about the Olympics," she told the John Murray Show on Thursday, per the Daily Mail.
"I don’t know about a comeback tour but I loved being back with the girls. There was a lot of fun, we did so much together and we’ll see. If they’re up for something then I certainly am," said Beckham.
The Spice Girls will join George Michael, The Who, Take That and Jessie J for the ceremony on August 12. The Spice Girls are also working on a new musical called "Viva Forever" which is set to open in December.
This is a big coup for the ceremony organizers, especially after their previous embarrassing debacle. The Spice Girls have legions of fans who will no doubt be thrilled with this news.