The Spice Girls have have had to scrap their plans for future performances and upcoming gigs.

The world's biggest girl group have shelved plans for more performances and even an animated movie due to COVID 19.

An insider told The Sun "It was going brilliant — but COVID killed the momentum."

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They continued, "Now it's done again. There's nothing on the agenda and they're focusing on their own things."

The girl group had achieved huge success with their reunion tour in 2019 which resulted in sold out performances at Wembley Stadium, despite Victoria Beckham's absence.

Mel B and Geri Horner were the driving forces behind the successful tour which gained so much momentum that Mel announced plans to perform gigs in Australia while on stage at their final show.

In addition, the girl group later revealed plans to voice superhero characters in animated film which would see them use their 'girl powers'.

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Music mogul Simon Fuller was set to produce the production which would be the bands first film since the cult classic Spice World.

The insider revealed, "The girls loved being back on stage and it reinvigorated their love for performing. But a few years of lockdown and everyone's back has turned on the group in favour of other projects."

"Geri is talking about new TV things, Emma has TV and radio work and the two Mel's are focusing on their own stuff."

The 2019 reunion tour garnered plenty of attention with the group playing to over 700,000 fans across 13 dates, grossing an estimated $120 million.

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