Her pal Emma Bunton was first to hint a Spice Girls reunion could be on the cards and now, Mel has sparked even more speculation our favourite five piece will be bringing girl power back to the stage.
"We had an amazing time in 2007," Mel admitted. "We would love to do it again."
Speaking to the Mail Online, Mel revealed she and her fellow Spice Girls loved every minute of their 'Return Of The Spice Girls' tour seven years ago.
Now with fans demanding a repeat reunion, Mel - or otherwise known as Sporty Spice - has hinted she would love to make something happen in the future.
Suggesting a comeback tour would be "lovely nostalgia" for the band's following, the 40-year-old said if the Spice Girls were to reunite, she would like to head to Australia, South America and other places they have never performed in before.
"If we go on tour then it would be so great to visit [our fans there] and say thank you to them," she said.
Despite confessing there are no immediate plans in place, Mel didn't rule out a reunion completely.
She added: "We've got kids and careers to juggle around but, hopefully one day when all the stars are in alignment, we can make it happen."
Well, that's not a no... we'll take what we can get!
Meanwhile, the Spice Girls have been busy working on their own individual projects lately.
While Victoria Beckham has recently launched her own boutique in London, Mel B has been taking over our screens on this year's X Factor.
Pleased her pal is judging on the panel this series, Mel C has said she thinks Mel is now "the best thing" about the show.
Adding to her praise for Scary Spice's straight-talking judging approach, Mel told the Mail Online: "I knew she would be brilliant. The show needed shaking up!"
Last week, Mel B lost out on another of her acts as Paul Akister was sent home from The X Factor in a shock exit last weekend.
Mel now has just one of her boys - Andrea Faustini - left in the competition.
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