The 44-year-old singer has spoken out before an official announcement is made on Monday afternoon to reveal fans will get the chance to snap up tickets on Friday to see her, Geri Horner, Emma Bunton and Mel C perform live next year.
That's right, there's no Posh Spice, as Victoria Beckham won't be part of the reunion tour. Beckham, who adamantly denied a Spice Girls reunion in the past, will not be joining her '90s girl gang.
The 1990s pop phenomenon will take the stage in six British cities next year, including Manchester on June 1, the Scottish capital Edinburgh a week later and culminating at Wembley on June 15.
"The girls aren't going on tour", Beckham said during New York Fashion Week. Our tickets go on sale on Friday, November 10.
Mel C added: 'We can't be falling out now if we're going on tour!'
Since that time, they have been frequently reassuring fans that a reunion is happening.
In 1998, Halliwell walked out and the remaining members went their separate ways after releasing the album "Forever" in 2000.
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Asked if they are heading back on tour, she said: "Yeah we are".
The four participating members recorded a news bulletin to announce the tour.
"I think it would be a shame if she didn't, do you know what I mean?"
They last performed together at the Olympic closing ceremony in 2012 - and haven't been on tour for a decade.
"I think she found it a bit amusing, but at the same time [there's a] bit of a love-hate relationship", she said.
The iconic girlband will today unveil plans for a world tour after months and months of speculation.
We wonder if she'll be in the crowd and doing the moves to Stop when the Spice Girls come to the UK?
Melanie Brown, Emma Burton, Geri Horner and Melanie Chisholm will reunite for what is anticipated to be a sell-out tour with the Stadium of Light selected as one the United Kingdom venues.