The much-anticipated The Spice Girls reunion is said to have been scrapped after a reported string of heated exchanges between the five stars.
Victoria Beckham, Mel C, Mel B, Geri Horner and Emma Bunton are said to be no longer planning to perform together, in gigs which would have earned them £30million each.
The concerts were reportedly meant to kick off on 27 September, with Live Nation putting together a tour deal.
However, according to The Sun, The Spice Girls have fallen out with the band’s original manager, Simon Fuller.
The insider told the publication: “The Spice Girls are in disarray. While Victoria has always insisted she’d never tour, the others believed Simon would get her on board.
“They had a £150million proposal in the offing — with a headline performance at Wembley — and even Mel C, who had previously been reluctant, was signed up.
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“With things still up in the air, there were a few heated debates between the girls and Victoria.
“Simon was brought in to convince her to take the offer but now he’s failed they feel he’s used them to put his name back on the map.”
OK! Online has contacted a representative for The Spice Girls and Victoria Beckham for comment.
Sporty Spice Mel C previously revealed that mum-of-four Victoria wasn’t keen on reuniting with the other Spice Girls on stage.
“Victoria has been quite vocal, it’s really not something she wants to do at this time,” the mum of one told The Sun.
She then added that the remaining members didn’t want to go on tour without all the members.
“I think it has to be all five, so it’s tricky,” she continued.