Heidi Klum wants to join her friend Mel B in the Spice Girls.
The 44-year-old supermodel would love to see her ‘America’s Got Talent’ co-judge Mel B on stage at the show, along with her bandmates Victoria Beckham, Geri Horner, Emma Bunton and Mel C – and if that were to happen, she’d be straight up alongside them.
She said: “I’d vote yes on them performing! And if that happens, there might be an extra Spice Girl joining them.
“Honestly, I think everyone wants them to be back.”
Heidi has a great time working on the show alongside Mel, Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel and host Tyra Banks, and they always have fun when filming stops.
She said: “Me and the judges knew each other from before and we’ve definitely all grown closer on the show because we’re filming such long days.
“We’ve seen each other at our best and worst!
“Mel has loud speakers in her dressing room, so we have a dance party and get ourselves riled up.”
Mel B also caught up with Us at the star-studded event, and although she played mum about Spice Girls reunion rumors and a potential royal wedding performance, the “2 Become 1” singer had nothing but kind things to say about her former bandmates.
The Project Runway star added that their go-to tracks are anything by the Spice Girls! “She told me already I have to learn more of her lyrics for when the tour is starting, because she wants to drag me on stage and have me do one of her songs,” Klum joked, noting that she would happily oblige. “I’m always up for the challenge. Why not? I’ve done crazy things with her. She can do crazy things with me too. We’re girlfriends.”
“We are friends at the end of the day. We have tea and hangout and we talk about stuff,” she raved. “We are all parents now and for us five to be able to say that we can sell out arenas and concerts, that is a good feeling. My 19-year-old calls me vintage and I don’t know if that is cool or not but I will take it as cool.”
The Germany beauty – who raises children Leni, 14, Henry, 12, Johan, 11, and eight-year-old Lou with ex-husband Seal – also hosts ‘Project Runway’ and ‘Germany’s Next Top Model’ but finds ‘AGT’ her “easiest” job because she’s not working behind the scenes.
She told Closer magazine: “For me, ‘America’s Got Talent’ is probably the easiest one to do because I don’t produce it, I don’t have to look at the cut before it airs, I don’t have to prep for the show and I don’t have to come up with a concept or ideas – none of that stuff.
“I just show up and I get to see amazing talent and judge that.
“With everything else, I have to do way more. Before, during, and after.”