The Backstreet Boys are back again and this time they may be bringing the hottest British pop band of the ‘90s, the Spice Girls.
BSB member Brian Littrell spilled the beans on the two bands possibly touring together soon.
Any Spice Girls reunion probably wouldn't involve Victoria, not pictured. (Lia Toby/WENN)
“We are actually in early talks about maybe doing a world tour together with the Spice Girls,” Brian told The Sun.
That sound you just heard was every twenty-something girl freaking out across the globe.
The Backstreet crew merged with New Kids On The Block in 2011 to create the ‘90s super group NKOTBSB. Prior to the tour, the bands released a compilation album of the same name with a mash-up and two new songs.
The boys from Backstreet and New Kids shared the stage for NKOTBSB tour. (Ray Garbo/WENN)
If the Spice Girls do sign on, they may be one member short. Victoria Beckham has chosen not to reform with the group, last making an appearance with the band at the 2012 Olympics in London.
The ladies came together in 2007 for their first reunion tour The Return Of The Spice Girls that grossed over $70 million.
The band also came together in December 2012 to celebrate the stage musical Viva Forever based on their songs. Unfortunately, the musical lasted only seven months due to bad reviews and poor ticket sales.