Mel C surprises School of Rock audience

Mel C surprises School of Rock audience

Last year, Victoria made the decision to spur the chance to reunite with the rest of the Spice Girls - Emma Bunton, Mel B, Geri Horner and Mel C, who also said no to the reformation - to focus on her eponymous fashion label.

"That's where I'm at right now, that's where myself and Victoria are at".

The news comes after it was reported that Victoria had launched legal action in a bid to prevent Mel B, Geri and Emma from performing any songs on which she has writing credits.

Speaking on ITV's The Nightly Show, Mel C said that she and Victoria wouldn't commit to the comeback. "Everybody knows what an unbelievable thing she's done in the world of fashion".

"It's not really doing the band justice to go out as a four-piece, whoever is missing, it doesn't matter".

Most of the young cast of the U.K.'s School of Rock - The Musical weren't alive when the Spice Girls released their smash hit, "Wannabe", in 1996. It's different for other bands.

In an interview for the American television show "Today Show", the star said: " There will be no return for the Spice Girls, the show we gave in June 2012 in the closing of the Olympic Games in London has been great, we have celebrated all we have been able to accomplish together in the past and we will stay on that note". "In my history of the Spice Girls, that's my favorite thing", she beamed. We're still very close, but I think you need to know when it's time to actually say, 'That was great, we achieved a lot, ' and everybody moves on.

"I still talk to all the other girls. I'll always be Posh (Spice)!"