Never mind the Ed Sheeran rumors—the group Prince Harry and Meghan Markle really, really want performing at their May 19 wedding is the Spice Girls.
That’s according to Melanie Brown—a.k.a. Mel B—who announced on The Real today that she and her group mates Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Melanie Chisholm would be attending the wedding.
At first, host Loni Love asked Mel B. if she knew anyone at all who would be going to the wedding, prompting a small nod yes—and big cheers from the rest of the hosts when they realized that she meant she was going.
“All five Spice Girls are,” she said. “Why am I so honest?”
When Love asked Mel B if she and the rest of the Spice Girls would be performing at the royal wedding, she was a little less forthcoming (but only a little).
“This is where I’m just…” she started, looking down at the table before the audience erupted into applause. She then laughed and threw her talking cards in the air—caution (and royal orders!) to the wind, adding: “I need to go, I’m going to be fired.”
She also said that she had received her invitation and the it was very “proper.”
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While Mel B has received her invite in the mail, it seems like that's not the case for all the Spice Girls. Mel C revealed that she hasn't received her invite quite yet.
"Oh yes there's been quite a lot of press interest there, my invite hasn't turned up yet It was all that snow," she revealed at the The Prince's Trust Awards in London. "I think the mail's been a bit held up in the snow."
"I think [Mel B] was joking. I think the media ran with it a little bit," she continued.
Prince Harry famously met the Spice Girls as a kid in South Africa in 1997 (pictured above). Kensington Palace had no comment when reached by People about Mel B’s remarks, and a Spice Girls rep did not immediately respond to People's request for comment.