According to BANG Showbiz, Melanie Chisholm says she’d be part of another Spice Girls reunion if they were asked to play at the 2012 London Olympics, rejoining her bandmates Victoria Beckham, Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton and Geri Haliwell for the games. “We’ve never actually been approached about the Olympics and it’s just rumors at the moment unfortunately but I’d jump at it if we were asked,” Mel C said. “I’m very excited about the Olympics being here in London. And it’d get me in wouldn’t it because I’ve got no tickets.”
Melanie Chisholm: Spice Girls Musical “Absolutely Happening”
March 22, 2010 – Melanie Chisholm spoke with ITN at the Olivier Awards about her excitement for the Spice Girls Musical, but admitted they are still looking for writers. “It’s happening, it’s absolutely happening,” Mel said of the project. “We’re working with Judy Craymer, who’s very famous for her successes with ‘Mamma Mia’, the stage production and the movie. So we thought she was a great person to help us get our dreams up on the West End stage.”
The singer added, “We’re currently looking for writers for the piece, and we really wanna be involved in as much as we want people to know us and experience the chemistry between us girls. We want to give lots of anecdotes. So even though we want it to be a fictional story, we want lots of the Spice Girls essence to go through there.” Watch the remarks via YouTube below.
Melanie Chisholm Very Excited About ‘Spice Girls: The Musical’
March 3, 2010 – Melanie Chisholm talked about how hard it is working in theater for her role in ‘Blood Brothers’ and offered details about ‘Spice Girls: The Musical’ in an interview with reporters. “So excited, very early stages,” Mel said of the Spice Girls project. “We’re very excited, we’re meeting right at the moment. Judy Craymer is the producer, who was famously successful with ‘Mama Mia’, both the musical and the film, so we’re just hoping for great things. We want our music to live on to be able to be enjoyed by our fans for many years to come.” Watch the comments via ITN’s YouTube channel below.