Spice up your life! Girl Power is back but in a new form. After the success of their huge stadium tour, the Spice Girls are back for a tell-all docuseries with Emmy-winning director, Jason Mehir.
The hit of nostalgia was announced by Yorkshire spice otherwise known as Mel B ‘Scary Spice’ which will look back at some of their most iconic moments and spill some secrets along the way.
Mel B and Emma Bunton recently featured on Netflix’s The Circle, which gave us here at The Yorkshireman a need for more Spice Girls action.
Speaking to Australian outlet The Project, Mel said: “I told Dave [Hughes, fellow The Masked Singer Australia panellist] when the cameras were off that we’ve signed our documentary to the guys that did The Last Dance, and he went and told the whole audience.
“I think I did say ‘we’ve only just signed it, it hasn’t been announced yet,’ and then he told everyone.”
The series will be in a similar vein to popular docuseries The Last Dance, which told the story of Michael Jordan, and won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series.
Mel B praised the director and added: “The whole concept of how that was shot and filmed was really, really, really, really good; so we’ll be doing our own version with him.”
Mel B gave a little taste of what’s to come when she said: “The rap in the Wannabe video, I actually wrote on the toilet while the other girls were doing the vocals.”
The docuseries will be their first official TV project together since the 2007 BBC reunion documentary Giving You Everything and 2012’s The Spice Girls Story: Viva Forever!