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Mel B Walks Off “Hoda & Jenna” as She Slips About Possible Spice Girls Tour: 'I'm Not Saying Anything!'

The Spice Girls member has previously teased that a potential reunion featuring all five members of the pop group is in the works

Mel B tried to stop herself from saying "Too Much" about the rumored Spice Girls reunion on live TV that she walked off set!

Just over two months after Melanie Brown revealed on TODAY with Hoda & Jenna that news involving all members of the Spice Girls is coming soon, she returned to the show on Monday and teased as much information as she could. Shortly after pop star, 48, confirmed that fans are going to be "very" satisfied by the upcoming announcement, she walked off the show to stop herself from saying anything further — seemingly confirming that the group is going back on tour.

When co-host Jenna Bush Hager noted that the British girl group recently shared a throwback video in honor of their 30th anniversary, she asked if Brown could "just break the news" about their rumored reunion.

She responded, "I can’t because I always get told off because I’m the blabbermouth."

<p>Hoda & Jenna/Today</p> Mel B on 'TODAY with Jenna & Hoda'

Hoda & Jenna/Today

Mel B on 'TODAY with Jenna & Hoda'

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"You know, we are working — I think I said this to you before, us five are working on something that’s going to be announced soon," the singer continued, referring to her January visit to the talk show in which she said the band was "actually going to be releasing some really good news in about a few weeks that involves all five of us."

She told hosts that fans will be "very, very, very" satisfied by what's coming from her and her bandmates Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm and Geri Halliwell.

The former America's Got Talent judge also alluded to the "Wannabe" band's announcement being on a larger scale than *NSYNC's recent reunion, which included releasing the single "Better Place" for the Trolls: Band Together soundtrack, several public appearances and a guest feature on Justin Timberlake's new album Everything I Though It Was. "I love *NSYNC, but yeah, no — this is going to be really good. And the fans are going to be really happy about it," the best-selling author said.

It was ultimately when Bush Hager, 42, asked, "Can we go see you on tour?" that Mel B realized she may have said too much. "You’re going to be able to—" began Brown before she cut herself off and cringed.

"Oh, I’m going to get in trouble. I’m not saying anything. OK bye!" the former X Factor judge said, proceeding to run off the stage.

<p>Santiago Felipe/Getty</p> Mel B at SiriusXM Studios in New York City on Jan. 8, 2024

Santiago Felipe/Getty

Mel B at SiriusXM Studios in New York City on Jan. 8, 2024

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"That felt like maybe there’s gonna be a tour," Hoda Kotb excitedly added, while her co-host reiterated, "That felt like a maybe!"

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When Mel B was last on the TODAY program, she teased that fans would be "100 percent satisfied" by what the "Spice Up Your Life" artists had in the works.

She shared that the logistics of getting the entire group back together proves to be challenging because "there's five of us and we've got five different diaries, and we're all parents. Still, Brown reassured that they were "actually going to be releasing some really good news."

<p>Dave Hogan/Getty </p> The Spice Girls attend the BRIT Awards in February 1998

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The Spice Girls attend the BRIT Awards in February 1998

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The "I Want You Back" singer was also on the U.K. talk show Loose Women in March when she was prompted by co-host Christine Lampard to give an update on the world's favorite messengers of girl power.

"We need happiness, we need empowerment back again, we need Spice Girls back basically," the TV personality said, hoping Brown would "maybe" offer an update about the rumored reunion.

"Tell me about it... we are definitely doing something," she responded. "I'm probably going to get told off [for revealing that], but I’ve said it. There you go."

"I'm in trouble now," the Brutally Honest author added.

The Spice Girls last reunited in 2019 for a 13-date tour of the U.K. — but Beckham, 49, didn't participate in those shows.

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