Former Spice Girls member Melanie Brown wants her former bandmates to come together in 2014 to celebrate the group's 20th anniversary.
The Spice Girls were formed in 1994, and two decades later, Brown hopes she and bandmates Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Melanie Chisholm will celebrate the milestone together.
In an interview with Britain's Daily Mail, Brown said: "With our 20th anniversary approaching in 2014 something is going to happen. Everyone knows I'm always championing a reunion. I truly believe it'll happen sooner or later."
The Spice Girls went their separate ways in 2000, but came back together in 2007 for a world tour. They also made an appearance at the closing ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012, and rumours of another reunion have been rife ever since.
Brown said two Spice Girl members are talking about a 2014 revival, but the group's future is unclear.
"The truth is, I was always the one that wanted the Spice Girls to continue. I didn't want it to end and I still don't," she said.
"Even though I've always had my own career going on, I'm always up for a reunion. Always...
"There are no cogs turning right now but put it this way, there are always at least two of us talking about doing something... I think anything is possible."
Brown has worked a lot in Australia in recent years, as a judge on Australia's The X Factor and as a presenter on Dancing with the Stars. Brown, who also sits on the panel of America's Got Talent, is about to co-host a radio show on Australia's 2DayFM.