Victoria Beckham wants to reunite with the Spice Girls for Glastonbury’s 50th birthday celebration next year – The Sun

GETTING all five Spice Girls back on stage is the reunion every fan dreams of – and according to Mel B’s mum, it will happen sooner than you think.

Scary Spice says Victoria Beckham recently told her mother, Andrea Brown, she is up for the idea of them all performing next year at Glastonbury to mark the festival’s 50th anniversary.

On tonight’s episode of TV’s The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan, Mel B said: “Funnily enough, my mum was at her mum’s summer party and Victoria was there, and she did actually mention to my mum that she’d love to do Glastonbury for their 50th next year.

"It’s not just me saying it, she actually did say that to my mum.”

Mo said: “Victoria’s ready to come for de big show, innit!”

Mel B added: “I hope so.”

She is on the programme, which airs on Channel 4 at 10pm, alongside Pixie Lott, comic Lee Mack and actor Riz Ahmed.

Singer Pixie is due to wed model Oliver Cheshire and Mo suggested Mel B give her some marriage advice.

Twice-wed Scary snapped back: “Why you asking me? All my marriages have failed.”

Earlier this month Mel B appeared on Zoe Ball’s Radio 2 breakfast show and said of a possible Spice Girls gig at Glasto: “It just happens to be Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary next year. I think that would be a really good thing to do.

“The girls are going to kill me for saying it but I don’t care, I think we owe it to our fans and ourselves. I would love that.”

If making millions from a 13-date stadium tour didn’t tempt Posh back, an iconic occasion like Glastonbury’s half-century is probably the last chance.


BIFFY CLYRO will play a one-off pre-Q Awards show at Camden’s Roundhouse in London on October 15, ahead of the ceremony at the same venue the following night. Tickets go on sale next Friday at

Mercury's rising for rapper Dave

FOLLOWING his memorable Glastonbury performance, Dave is firm favourite to win this year’s Mercury Prize.

And I agree with the bookies, as the South London rapper is one of the UK’s biggest talents.

At yesterday’s nominations bash in central London, he was shortlisted for the album of the year prize alongside acts including The 1975, Foals and Idles.

The winner will be announced in September.

One man who’ll be backing Dave is Alex Mann. He became a viral sensation when he joined Dave on stage at Glasto.

And now he’s about to launch his music career, after bagging a record deal with 3 Beat/Universal.

In an exclusive interview, Alex said: “I find it weird how this has all come about to be fair, and it’s all thanks to Dave.

“He messaged me after Glastonbury and said, ‘just make the most out of it’. He told me to make sure nobody takes advantage of me. I’m hoping we can work together in the future.”

Alex’s debut single, What Ya Kno Bout That Bro, is released today.

And the youngster, who just completed his GCSEs, is now considering doing music full-time. He added: “I’m seeing where this all takes me.”

Mercury nominations

Anna Calvi – Hunter

Black Midi – Schlagenheim

Cate Le Bon – Reward

Dave – Psychodrama

Foals – Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1

Fontaines D.C. – Dogrel

Idles – Joy As An Act Of Resistance

Little Simz – Grey Area

Nao – Saturn

SEED Ensemble – Driftglass

Slowthai – Nothing Great About Britain

The 1975 – A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships

Things are hotting up

TEMPERATURES are soaring all over Europe – and nowhere more than in the Love Island villa.

All six of the show’s contestants gave in to their sexual urges last night and got down and dirty in the communal bedroom.

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury did bits but to save their blushes, the cameras panned to stuffed toy Elly Belly.

And India Reynolds and Ovie Soko also got down to it, despite lying close to their co-stars.

More conscious about getting jiggy was dancer Curtis Pritchard, who got told off by Maura Higgins when he refused to go all the way.

Things almost boiled over when Maura scolded Curtis for not going further.

He sternly told her: “Tonight is not the night for that.”

An awkward morning after saw Maura roll her eyes when he offered her a conciliatory cup of coffee.

Talking to the girls afterwards, she said: “Do you want a coffee? Maybe an orgasm would be grand.”

Either way, she got to moan.


GIRLS Aloud singer Nadine Coyle has been announced as a performer for Sink The Pink’s Street Party, held at North London’s Finsbury Park on August 17.

There will be more than 40 drag queens at the all-day event.


ED Sheeran has shot down claims by Katie Price that they are collaborating on a song.

The former Page 3 model said she was releasing an album and reckoned the Shape Of You singer had written for her.

She said: “An A-lister – he has two top ten hits at the moment – has co-written a song for me.” She confirmed it is Ed, but a spokeswoman for the superstar last night denied the claim.

Katie also proudly declared yesterday that she is engaged to on-off boyfriend, fitness instructor Kris Boyson.

Showing off her sparkler on ITV’s Loose Women, she said: “I’ve got the man. I’m happy.”

With three marriages under her belt, she won’t need a rehearsal for the big day.


RISING star B Munro unleashes debut single Holy Water today, a thumpy pop track perfect for summer clubbing.

She said: “Expect to hear lots more bangers.”

It is available on Spotify, iTunes and Apple Music.

Ellie's cold front

ELLIE Bamber won’t be getting any awkward tan lines in the heatwave.

The actress, who split from Bodyguard’s Richard Madden late last year, went topless in a shoot for the third issue of Tings magazine, which is available free at

Ellie – who played Cosette in the BBC’s Les Miserables mini series – shared the photo on her Instagram account with the caption: “So much fun shooting in between eating burgers.”

Topless sunbathing and a BBQ sounds like the ideal day at work.

Louise's line

SHE’S got blokes lining up to date her but Louise Redknapp says any potential suitors will have to learn their place in the pecking order.

The actress and singer, single after splitting from footie pundit Jamie Redknapp, said: “Whoever steps in – if anyone does – will have to under-stand they’ll be fourth in line. They will have to be OK with being behind my kids, my work, and my dogs.”


  • HOLLYWOOD heart-throb Leonardo DiCaprio has vowed not to quit acting unless audiences grow tired of him. He said: “I suppose at one point I might retire, but I always looked at this as the greatest gift anyone’s ever given to me. I feel like I won the lotto, so I’m going to keep going as long as they’ll have me.”
  • DJ Snake has roped in some of the biggest names in the charts for his new album Carte Blanche. The 17-track collection features Sean Paul, Anitta, Selena Gomez, Cardi B, Offset, 21 Savage and Bryson Tiller. He said: “Carte Blanche means freedom to do whatever you want. That’s how I work.”
  • Priscilla Presley has given Lana Del Rey her seal of approval to play her in a biopic about her ex-husband Elvis. The Summertime Sadness singer is the favourite to take the role in director Baz Luhrmann’s movie, which sees Austin Butler as the lead. Asked who she would like to portray her, Priscilla said: “I like Lana.”
  • A$AP Rocky has been charged with assault over a fight in Sweden last month. The rapper has been behind bars in Stockholm for the past three weeks as police investigated a scuffle he is alleged to have been involved in. Now he and two other suspects will now remain in custody until their trial, although no date has been set.

Con's not comical

THE geeks going to Comic Con this weekend better cash in their ISAs if they want to get their favourite star to sign memorabilia.

Actors are charging extortionate rates for their autographs at the London Olympia event, with Hayden Christensen the worst offender.

The ex-Star Wars actor, who played Anakin Skywalker in two of the movies, is charging £145 to scribble his name.

Aquaman’s Jason Momoa, former Doctor Who Christopher Eccleston and Trainspotting’s Robert Carlyle are almost as bad – charging £95 per signature.

Other celebs putting big price tags on their autographs include Michael Sheen, who charges £125 and Star Trek’s William Shatner at £75. Nice way to treat your fans, eh?


  • BILLIE Eilish upgraded to main stage for next month’s Reading and Leeds Festival
  • Chris Ramsey to do his biggest stand-up tour in 2020
  • Blink-182 new album Nine out September 20
  • Kanye West wants Danny McBride to play him in a biopic

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