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Mel C confesses she WILL want to sing with The Spice Girls but admits they probably won't let her now

Mirror logo Mirror 14/10/2016 Claire Rutter

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Mel C reckons that the remaining Spice Girls will probably kick her off the stage if she tried to sing with them. 

Three of the bandmates – Geri Horner, Emma Bunton and Mel B – are forming a reunion and writing new music together ahead of a comeback and Mel C and Victoria Beckham have refused to join.

But despite rift rumours, Mel C has said that she wants to be front row and probably won't be able to resist getting up on stage with them during their shows.

Asked what it will be like to hear the girls sing the Spice Girls anthems, Mel said: “I think I’ll find it weird.

“People have talked to me about the gigs and they’re like, ‘Are you going to go?’ I’d find it really weird.”

But despite not wanting to join the girls' reunion as she focusses on her new solo album, Version of Me, Mel does want to give them all of her support.

“I want to support the girls, of course! I think I’d probably have to get up with them. They’d be like,

‘Get off, you said no!’”

But while Sporty Spice is going to be Cheerleader Spice, she's been accused of reigniting her feud with Mel B, having reportedly written a song about it.

The singer, 42, refused to confirm whether the song titled Version Of Me was about her former bandmate but insisted it was about someone who didn’t treat her well.

Sources close to the star have revealed the song is in fact about Scary Spice.

In the track on her new album of the same name which is out October 21, Mel C sings: “This is not your playground. I’m not here for you to shoot me down.

“You’re praying on my weakness even when you’re not around. Nothing lasts forever but you’re wrapped around my DNA.

“And I’m hiding in the corner the wounded kid I was, like it was yesterday, like nothing’s changed.

“Ever so quietly, comes creeping back up on me, haunting me, goading me. Why can’t you let go of me, I don’t have the patience anymore.”

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