London: Former `Spice Girl` Geri Halliwell is reportedly planning to form a new version of the pop group, with the same magic.
The 37-year-old singer, known as Ginger Spice, was a judge on `Popstars: The Rivals` and wants to recreate the energy of the original band with a new line-up, News of the World reported.
"This is very exciting for her. She`s been painstakingly putting together the new band. She wants to combine the energy and drive of the Spice Girls. She`s been keeping it quiet because she doesn`t want to jinx anything but she has told the other girls and they are very supportive, a source said.
Spice Girls, one of the most successful pop girl group ever was formed in 1994. Halliwell left the group in 1998 but the four remaining members released the third album, only to part ways in 1999 to focus on their solo careers.
In 2007 all five members came together for their Reunion Tour, alongside the release of their Greatest Hits album.
Apparently, several record labels are said to be interested in the new project by the British singer.
"She has already introduced the band to some key music executives and quite a few of the labels have already taken a keen interest. She believes the time is right for another girl band to take over the world. When Geri puts her mind to something it`s hard to stop her. She could be a very successful manager," the source said.