Spice Girls record new music ahead of 20th anniversary: 'We've still got it!'

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As the 20th anniversary of their debut single approaches, it looks like the Spice Girls are planning another attack on the charts. This week Mel B, Geri Halliwell and Emma Bunton visited a London studio together, despite Victoria Beckham and Melanie C allegedly pulling out of reunion plans, to work their old magic.

The band's former producer Eliot Kennedy, who worked with them on second album Spice World, took to Twitter to tease details of the new tracks, after joining the girls for the session.

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Mel B, Emma Bunton and Geri Halliwell were spotted at a London studio

Eliot wrote: "Now that was a day for the history books. Like 20 years had never happened. Proper friendship! Hit song! Two long but ab-fab days with a stonking hit at the end of it! We've still got it kids! #20years."

Adding fuel to the fire, Eliot then retweeted pictures of Mel, 40, Geri, 43, and 40-year-old Emma arriving at the studio.

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Geri shared this nostalgic throwback on Instagram

Earlier this week, former X Factor judge Mel appeared on ITV's Lorraine and confirmed she and the girls wanted their comeback to have some originality.

She said: "It's funny, because back in the day people thought we had everything written for us but we’ve always written all our own songs. That's why we won Ivor Novello awards and all sorts. Everything always comes from us, and to do something for our 20-year anniversary is the ultimate dream."

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But Spice Girls fans shouldn't get their hopes up for a full reunion. According to reports, Melanie C pulled out last month to focus on her solo music while Victoria has her hands full with a successful high fashion line.

The Sun reports that the new music will be released later this year with 2017 tour dates to follow.

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