Victoria Beckham's 'Money Demands Hold Up Spice Girls Reunion'

Feb. 3 2018, Published 6:50 p.m. ET

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Victoria Beckham's posh attitude could kill the Spice Girls reunion, according to a music source who spoke exclusively to

Beckham, Mel B, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, and Geri Halliwell thrilled fans recently as it was confirmed they were getting back together.

As Sky News reported, Beckham, 43, known as Posh Spice, posted a picture on social media of all five stars, believed to have been taken in the London home of 'Ginger' Geri Horner, 45.

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Beckham said in the Instagram post: "Love my girls!!! So many kisses!!! X Exciting x."

They confirmed they would work together again in a statement after their meeting.

But there is a crimp in the plans as "what is holding up the reunion is that Victoria wants more money," Radar's insider dished.

"When the girls were famous everything was split 6 ways—between them and manager Simon Fuller, who was considered the sixth 'spice girl.'

"But if the tour and reunion moves forward Victoria has made it clear that the old ways of doing business are no longer acceptable to her. She wants a much bigger percentage than one sixth!"

Beckham, famous for her marriage to soccer superstar David and her pin thin fashion designer cred, "is also pushing to ensure that the new costumes for the Spice Girls are designed by her and her team," the source spilled.

The British girl group originally performed from 1994-2000, then reunited in 2007. They got together again in 2012 in a well-received closing performance at the London Summer Olympics.

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