MEL B accidentally leaked a big tour announcement about the Spice Girls reunion today.
The girl group confirmed they were getting back together without Victoria Beckham yesterday, but the 43-year-old admitted she's hopeful she will sign on – before letting the ticket sale date slip on air.
Unable to contain her excitement as she confirmed the news, Mel accidentally revealed that tickets for the tour will be available to the public on Friday.
When asked by Ruth Langsford if the girls were reuniting, Mel said: "Yeah we are. It's very exciting!
"We've known for like five, six months now, it’s all, the wheels are in motion, tickets go on sale on Friday. Hang on, am I allowed to say that?!
"Oh well. Pressure is on now, hopefully you’re going to buy some tickets."
While she will be hitting the stage alongside Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Melanie Chisholm, fifth member Victoria Beckham has still not agreed to join them.
However, the America's Got Talent judge said she's still convinced that the designer, 44, can be persuaded before the tour begins.
She added: "It’s just the four of us, but she might join us at some point. I hope so.
"I think it would be a shame if she didn’t.
"She’s got a full on life with her commitments and the fashion line and her kids so she’s not committing just yet. I’m hoping it’ll change."
The group will release their UK tour dates in a few hours time, but the star admitted they are also hoping to take the shows global.
Asked if they'll go outside of the UK, she said: "We are. I’m in trouble again. I didn’t like to say that, but we’ll go everywhere else in the world, but right now it’s just in the UK."
The Sun's Bizarre column exclusively revealed that the four girls would be reuniting yesterday, with a source revealing: "Girl power is back.
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"This is the biggest music comeback of the decade and tickets are expected to sell like hot cakes when they go on sale at the weekend.”
A video of a mock news bulletin will be uploaded to the girls' social media confirming the gigs later today.
The Spice Girls' last full set was during their Return of the Spice Girls tour, which came to a close in early 2008.
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