Can you believe that it's been 25 years since the release of 'Spiceworld'?

The Spice Girls' second album was released in November 1997 and well and truly cemented the girl group's global dominance, spawning hits like 'Spice Up Your Life', 'Stop', 'Too Much' and 'Viva Forever'.

Now, it looks like there's a big announcement on the way that's related to the album's 25th anniversary.

Some fans have speculated that there will be a special edition of the album, similar to last year's 'Spice25' - which saw their debut 'Spice' re-packaged and re-issued with demos, an unreleased track and remastered versions of the songs.

Others are hoping that the girl group will be announced as the headliners of Glastonbury 2023, while others still are crossing their fingers for news of a tour.

Melanie C aka Sporty Spice told BBC Breakfast that it would be a "dream" for the girl band to headline the iconic music festival, and that they “would love to do it”.

"The girls and I, we have chatted about it, it’s the biggest stage in the world," she said. "We have the best festival in the world right here.”

Mel B, meanwhile, spoke last year of her desire to reunite the group again and tour in 2023. Their last tour was in 2019, which saw them play one night at Dublin's Croke Park before going on to play several UK dates.

"We’re hoping, especially me – if it has anything to do with me, which it will have because I’m the driving force and will make sure it happens – to tour in 2023", she said.

Either way, it looks like something big is on the way - so watch this space...