In May, Emma Bunton (Spice Girls) and Nick Carter (Backstreet Boys) signed on as "architects" to judge/mentor Boy Band participants, and now Timbaland is joining their ranks.
The icing on this 'don't-call-it-a-comeback' cake is that the show will feature one of the original pop stars from the ultimate boy band era: Nick Carter (arguably the cutest of the Backstreet Boys). And joining Carter is Emma Bunton, a.k.a Baby Spice (but why tho?) via revolutionary '90s/'00s girl band quintet Spice Girls.
Though initially written off as a manufactured pop act, the Spice Girls proved to be ahead of their time.
The Spicestalgia continues into 2017, with Baby Spice recruiting 'Divide' singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran for a 'Goodbye' duet.
A newly surfaced demo proves that when it comes to the Spice Girls, it's all or nothing.
The Spice Girls 1996 single spoke to the power of sexual experience...and protection.
The narcissistic socialites bring the fashion world to its knees in the new film, which is set for a July release.