"Say you'll be there." - Prince Harry to the Spice Girls, probably.

Prince Harry Spice Girls Concert
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It’s official: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding will be way, way better than Kate and William’s. How do we know this? Because, according to Mel B's latest interview, it looks like the Spice Girls are performing at the reception.

Yes, you read that right: Scary, Sporty, Baby, Posh, and Ginger are not only reuniting for a world tour later this year, but they are also reportedly giving a very special private preview to the royal and his bride.

While making an appearance on "The Real" on Tuesday, the hosts pointedly asked Mel B if she knows anyone attending the royal wedding. She responded by quietly mouthing, “I’m going,” which sent the hosts and audience into a frenzy. Then, Mel B noted that she wasn’t the only one invited and confirmed that all five Spice Girls indeed received invitations.

According to Mel B, the royal wedding invitation was “proper,” but she refused to give out more details on what the invitation looked like. “I’m not saying any more,” she said.

But when co-host Loni Love asked, “Are the Spice Girls performing?” Mel B could only muster up a sigh and looked down. The co-hosts went wild and Mel simply threw up her notes in the air. While she didn’t actually confirm, she didn’t deny it either, which means they are obviously planning to belt out at least one of their mega-famous hits for the happy couple.

Of course, the Spice Girls aren’t the only famous British singers that are rumored to be performing at the wedding of the year. According to rumors, Ed Sheeran is also planning a performance for the bride and groom. Though, when pressed on the issue by the BBC, Sheeran played it a little coy, saying he was actually going to be on tour and “in Ireland, I can’t do it.” He added, “I haven’t been asked either,” though he did it with quite the smirk on his face so who knows if he’s telling the truth.

Man, to be a fly on the wall at that wedding, am I right?