Based on what the ex-manager of the Spice Girls, Simon Fuller, who is back on speaking terms with the ladies said fans of the Spice Girls might actually get to see them perform at an one-off gig come 2004 to celebrate their 10th anniversary and he hopes to release a greatest hits LP that’ll feature all their nine No.1s.
He said “To me, the Spice Girls will always feel unfinished. There was no specific reason why it all went wrong and no malice on my part.”
Meanwhile, Melanie B is in for a brutal shock. Her ex-husband Jimmy Gulzar, 34, plans to divulge just about everything about his turbulent life with his ex-wife in a controversial hour long documentary that’ll be shown on BBC come 10th of May.
According to a magazine, a source said “After years of enduring questions about his sexuality, jibes about his lifestyle and endless speculation about his every aspect of his private life, Jimmy has decided to set the record straight.”
Jimmy, nicknamed as Jimmy Goldcard by all in Mel’s family, reportedly spent his GBP620,000 on divorce settlements and is close to being homeless. Now with the documentary, Jimmy’ll get a fee of GBP15,000.
Also failing to launch a pop career of his own, Jimmy said “This documentary allows me to tell things from my point of view and finally right a few wrongs.”
Mel is now in a relationship with actor Max Beesley and is working on her autobiography.