The Spice Girls reunited at rehearsals for their tour today, bringing Mel B and Geri Horner together for the first time since their lesbian sex feud.
Emma Bunton posted a video of Mel back with the rest of the girls after previously rehearsing on her own close to her home in Los Angeles.
In Baby Spice's clip, she panned the camera to show Scary on one side and then moved it around to show Geri, 46, on the other with fellow Spice Mel C.
It looked like Emma was standing between the two, who fell out last month after Mel B claimed they had sex back in the 1990s.
Mel B, 43, and Geri managed to totally avoid being in the same shot as they stood apart from each other.
It does mark the first time the pair have been seen together since their very public clash last month.
Emma recently revealed that Mel B had to stay in LA to be with her kids, meaning the other three had to rehearse in London without her.
During an appearance on This Morning, Emma said: "Me, Geri and Mel C were there. Mel B in in LA as she still has commitments and her children.
"She's rehearsing there, which is really funny. She learns the same steps as us.
"We're facetiming. We're doing the same rehearsals but she's there.
"Then she comes over soon. I think she's coming over in the next few weeks and then we learn it all together."
Mel hit headlines last month when she claimed to have bedded Geri, 46, back in the '90s.
Geri, who's now married to Formula 1 mogul Christian Horner, furiously denied Mel's story and the pair are rumoured to have been at loggerheads ever since.
Mel, 43, claims she enjoyed a wild night of passion with Geri more than 20 years ago which they “giggled” about afterwards.
Geri's representatives said it was "disappointing" to hear reports on the alleged fling and that it was "simply not true" and was "very hurtful".
Adding: "Moving forward, Geri can’t wait to see the girls and all the fans on the tour, have an amazing time with everyone, and make some new memories."
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