Simon Cowell is reportedly "desperate" to look at charge of the Spice Girls comeback album.
The girl band will celebrate two decades since the discharge of their debut single Wannabe later this coming year, and rumours are already rife that this group are intending a reunion with the occasion.
Melanie Brown, aka Scary Spice, stepped in like a judge on U.K. talent show The X Factor yesterday (ends19Jun16) to hide for Nicole Scherzinger, and is particularly said to are already bombarded by Cowell, who said not signing the group could be the "biggest mistake" of his life. watch Lukas Graham 7 Years sheet music page.
The music mogul is reportedly determined to land the girls' reported comeback album, and as outlined by editors at The Sun, even produced "formal offer" to Mel B.
"Simon is wanting to make a new Spice Girls album. He doesn’t need to miss out following first time around," a resource told Britain's The Sun newspaper.
"He spent the auditions a couple weeks ago quizzing Mel in regards to the band and said yet do 'something mega' as long as they signed with him. He kept asking when they were going to be producing creations and said if that's so, he would like to do it with him or her."
According to your publication, Simon told Mel how the girls must talk to him first before finding any other record labels. But Mel reportedly kept her cards near to her chest.
"He even went where warning Mel that they’d better not consult any other labels before selecting him," the origin added. "Mel deliberately kept coy and told him they 'hadn’t finalised everything', but he wouldn’t get forced out alone."
Mel previously revealed the Spice Girls once staged an impromptu audition for Simon once they were looking to get signed. As they hadn't scheduled a gathering they simply resorted to ambushing him that has a spontaneous performance in the parking lot.
Mel told U.S. chat show host Jimmy Fallon earlier this year: "He was appearing out of work, so we kind of hijacked the vehicle park he was looking to get his car away from and just sung for him. And we were like, 'Look, we're destined to be famous some day. Can you sign us?' and that he went, 'No, it is not gonna work.'"