All five members of the Spice Girls have reunited in London today (26th June) to celebrate the launch of new musical, Viva Forever.
After much speculation over whether Victoria Beckham would join the rest of the girls, Posh stepped out alongside Geri Halliwell, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Mel C at the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel to unveil the show, based on their music.
The event marks their first public appearance together since 2008, where the Spice Up Your Life group were reunited for a comeback tour.
The venue of the launch is significant when it comes to the history of the Spice Girls, as the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel was used as the location for their debut music for Wannabe, which was released 16-years ago today.
VB - who wore her trademark colour black for the occasion - and the rest of the Spice gang were also joined by Viva Forever musical writer Jennifer Saunders at the event, as well as producer Judy Cramer - who was behind the hit ABBA show, Mama Mia.
All of the girls have been heavily involved in creating the new musical, which is set to open at the Piccadilly Theatre in London this autumn.
Cheryl Cole recently claimed she would love her group Girls Aloud to follow in the Spice Girls footsteps by having a musical, telling Digital Spy it would be "a compliment."