Mel B is bringing her ''scary fro back''.
The former Spice Girl has revealed she is going back to the hairstyle she made famous in the 1990s as part of the chart-topping girl group.
Posting a photograph of herself at a taping for the new series of 'America's Got Talent', she captioned it: ''Tonight was a lot of emotions right!! Hair (and it's all mine,bringing scary fro back bit by bit) @hairjunkierandy make up @twmkup styling @jasonbolden boom (sic)''
The new hairstyle was a hit with fans, with one writing: ''BRING BACK THE SCARY CURLS!!!!!!! (sic)''
Whilst another added: ''Yes!! Please bring the curls back! With the Spice Girls, you were an inspiration to all the black / mixed girls and curly haired girls out there who saw your hair and realized it's ok to love the curls! (sic)''
The hair-do will only fuel rumours the 'Wannabe' hitmakers - minus Victoria Beckham - are reuniting for a world tour.
A source said at the time: ''This will be one of the biggest pop reunions of all time.
''There is a huge demand for the Spice Girls to get back together, especially with the nostalgia around the two-decade anniversary of their first release next summer.
''Mel B flew into London last month to secretly agree the plan with the other three girls. They should each make more than ten million pounds from this.''
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