Emma Bunton has revealed the Spice Girls were asked to perform at Glastonbury – but decided to ‘see how the tour goes first’.
The mother-of-two, 43, confessed the group had been scouted for a slot at the legendary Worthy Farm festival in Somerset during an interview on
Speaking on the Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, Emma said: ‘We have been asked – we’re going to see how this tour goes first!’
Festival Spice: Emma Bunton has revealed the Spice Girls were asked to perform at Glastonbury – but decided to ‘see how the tour goes first’
Melanie Brown, known as Mel B, previously revealed the Spice Girls were ‘in talks’ to land a headlining slot at this year’s festival following wide-spread speculation.
Scary Spice then dropped further hints that the band could make an appearance on the Pyramid Stage in 2019.
She told the
She said: ‘Glastonbury. It’s been talked about.’
Glastonbury: The mother-of-two, 43, confessed the group had been scouted for a slot at the Worthy Farm festival (pictured L-R Geri Horner, Melanie Chisholm, Emma and Melanie Brown)
Mel couldn’t resist pointing out that the Spice Girls’ sound isn’t to the usual tastes of the festival-goers, she added: ‘But we’re so pop and it’s so cool… that’ll be funny to me.
‘I think Mel C would really appreciate us doing that – she’s the cool one. She’s the cool Indie chick.’
Glastonbury has since confirmed headline performances from Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure, with Kylie Minogue in the coveted legends spot.
It comes after Emma insisted that the Spice Girls tour will go ahead as planned despite claims that Geri Horner and had fallen out.
The band – who are set to tour without Victoria Beckham – kick off their reunion shows in Dublin in May.
Headliners: Glastonbury has since confirmed headline performances from Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure, with Kylie Minogue in the coveted legends spot
Speaking on The Jonathan Ross Show, which will air Saturday, Baby Spice revealed that the group will be back in the studio on Monday for rehearsals.
The singer added that things are ‘all good’ in the group, following Mel’s shock revelation that she slept with Geri during the band’s heyday.
Following reports the Spice Girls tour is in jeopardy, Emma stressed: ‘Of course it’s happening, we are starting rehearsals on Monday!
‘It’s all fine. We have all chatted about it. Listen, we had fun back in the day. I didn’t know anything else but you know, we are all good.
‘We’re starting Monday, we can’t wait, we’ve all been chatting, it’s all good.’
In demand: The Spice Girls in their heyday back in 1998 with original member Victoria Beckham (second left)