Trouble is brewing in Spice World yet again.

After the premiere of Viva Forever, the Spice Girls musical earlier this week, two distinct camps reportedly formed between the members of the former girl group. At the afterparty for Viva Forever, Victoria Beckham was shunned by the rest of the girls and herself refused to mingle with Geri, Emma, Mel B and Mel C. "Victoria sat on her own table away from the rest of the girls. They didn’t speak the whole time she was there," a source reported, quoted by the Metro.

Despite this little incident, all of the ladies seemed to be in high spirits after the show. Emma Bunton, 36, Geri Halliwell, 40, Melanie Chisholm, 38, and Melanie Brown, 37, reportedly took the event as a chance to let their hair down, mingling with the musical’s cast and producers and later dancing to some Spice Girls hits. Beckham, on the other hand, had chosen to spend the night close to her husband and three children, as well as talking to fashion critic, Susie Menkes.

The ladies reportedly didn’t let the split dampen their spirits, even hinting at possible new projects in the future. “You haven’t seen the last of the Spice Girls. We’re going to be around for a long time,” Geri Halliwell commented. This sounds like there are good things to come for the girl group, but it has been more than a decade after all. Looks like some of the ladies’ priorities have shifted.