The ‘90s group on Tuesday revealed their exciting announcement to their fans on Twitter.
English pop girl group Spice Girls on Tuesday announced that they will be launching remastered versions of their iconic music videos very soon.
The '90s group revealed their exciting announcement to fans on Twitter. "We're super excited to announce that we'll be launching remastered 4K versions of our iconic music videos! They look incredible and we can't wait for you to see them," they wrote.
Spice Girls, comprised of Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell, and Victoria Beckham, has set the record as the biggest selling girl group of all time with their hits 'Wannabe', 2 Become 1', 'Say You'll Be There', and 'Viva Forever,' among others.
The band, who was formed in 1994, later shocked the world with their split, set off by 'Geri' a.k.a. 'Ginger Spice', who in 1998 announced that she would be leaving Spice Girls in the middle of a world tour.
However, just last November, Spice Girls announced that they would be going on a reunion tour this year (sans 'Posh Girl' Victoria). They've already sold out a total of ten shows, according to Elle UK.