It's like they never left - as Sporty, Posh, Ginger, Scary and Baby are reunited on a cosy sofa - all in the name of their moneyspinning reunion.

The Spice Girls will earn £5million - a cool £1million each - as the new faces of supermarket chain Tesco's.
The famous fivesome are seen having a giggle at home by a table laden with champagne and canapes.
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The girls are filming two Christmas adverts for the supermarket, which are intended to give "a glimpse into what Christmas with the Spice Girls might be like".
Although with two husbands, various partners, and seven children between them, the room looks a little underpopulated.
The cosy little scene shows the quintet all glammed up in cosy knits - all except - Victoria Beckham - who is poured into her trademark body-conscious sleeveless dress, complete with heavily fake-tanned legs.
Sitting on a huge sofa with a sumptuous spread before them - and gold discs on the wall to remind everyone how successful they once were - the Spices look as if they are reminiscing about the good old days.
Unfortunately for Tesco, not even £1million can buy loyalty from Posh - the LA resident is on the record as saying her favourite shop is M&S.
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Brand loyalty: A relaxed-looking Posh pictured as she left London yesterday, the Spice Girl is on record as being a fan of M&S despite being paid £1million for the new Tesco adverts

Just before the Beckhams' move to LA, she said: "You can get most
things out there but what I will miss is M&S. I missed it when I first moved to Madrid and it is the first shop I go to when I'm back."
A Tesco spokesman said: "We are thrilled to be working with the Spice Girls for our Christmas campaign.
"We feel that the new commercials really emphasise Tesco's commitment to offer something different and exciting this Christmas."
It has been reported that Tesco is on the verge of a deal to sponsor the group's money-spinning reunion tour.
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Spice Girls' fans queue in Manchester for tickets - 36 hours before they go on sale

In addition, the Spices have signed a lucrative deal to perform at the annual televised catwalk show for racy lingerie brand Victoria's Secret.
As part of the deal, the group's "Greatest Hits" album will be only be available in the U.S. through the lingerie chain for the first two months of its release.
Their December tour dates at the O2 arena sold out in 38 seconds and 15 other dates have been added to the world tour. But their first performance will be for Children In Need - nine years after they last sang together as a five.

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