Spice Girls are on course to earn £10m each for six week Las Vegas residency as Mel B teases Glasto 2020 show
SPICE Girls are on course to pocket £10 million EACH for a six week Las Vegas residency.
Industry insiders say the gigs could be held in two years and after the pop quartet 'headline' Glastonbury 2020.
Geri Halliweell, Melanie C, Emma Bunton, Mel B and Victoria Beckham, have earned a combined £357million between them, but the group – minus Posh – are in talks to make even more.
A source told The Mirror: "The girls are very keen to tour again and there have been lots of discussions about a residency in Las Vegas.
"They’ve agreed they could all commit to a six-week run during the summer holidays, when the kids are off school."
The Sun Online have contacted representatives for the Spice Girls for comment.
Last week, Mel, 44, appeared on the Zoe Ball Breakfast Show and revealed she wants the Spice Girls to headline Glastonbury in 2020.
She said of the pop foursome: “The girls are going to kill me for saying it but I don’t care.
"We owe it to our fans and ourselves.”
During their final show at London’s Wembley Stadium Mel B announced they would take their Spice World tour to Australia in February, but Geri is thought to dragging her feet over the plans.
Mel B previously admitted not all four of the members had agreed to the Australian tour and that she had let the news slip prematurely.
She said: “So I announced it on stage, yes, without everybody else signing off 100 percent.”
Victoria, 44, is the richest of the Spice Girls – and has more money than the other four combined.
While Victoria is a valuable commodity jointly with husband David, she is an astute businesswoman – and her net worth in her own right has soared to an estimated £240million.
Mel earned £37.9 million – but she blew it – and she could've been the second richest Spice Girl had she not wasted all her cash.
Geri, 46, is reported to be worth £31.5million thanks to earnings from her book series, songwriting royalties and high profile TV roles.
Aside from the Spice Girls, she has written the Ugenia Lavender children's novels and served as a judge on Australia's Got Talent.
Her husband, Christian Horner, is believed to be worth around £5.9million.
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