GERI Horner has proved just how excited she is about reuniting with her fellow Spice Girls by letting her famous ginger hair down.
Geri, also known to the world as Ginger Spice, has been caught on camera getting down with a group from All Together Now's The 100.
Geri heads up the panel of 100 musical experts and performers on the BBC Saturday night show, and they are encouraged to stand up and join in when they like a contestant's singing performance.
In the new clip, Geri is wearing a one-sleeved black top and can be seen dancing around with a blonde-haired woman.
The lady laughs, "Come on, girlfriend! Come on, girlfriend!" before a chap joins them.
As the 1978 John Paul Young song Love Is In The Air plays out, the trio briefly do the iconic Charlie's Angels gun pose.
The sneak peek footage of BBC One's All Together Now has come hours after Geri invited her fellow Spice Girls round to her London pad to kick off plans for a reunion.
Geri, Emma Bunton, Mel B, Mel C and Victoria Beckham were joined at the mansion by the band's old manager, Pop Idol ace Simon Fuller, 57.
While Victoria arrived by chauffeur-driven car, a smiling Mel C was seen strolling down the street towards Geri's house.
Scary Spice Mel B arrived holding her trademark leopard print bag after jetting in from Los Angeles for the meeting, while Emma managed to sneak in unnoticed.
Victoria has since shared a photograph of herself and the bandmates, telling her Instagram followers: "Love my girls!!! So many kisses!!! X Exciting x"
This is the the first time the five have been together in the same room since 2012.
The girls will get £10 million each for new projects and its believed Posh has sought assurances that she will not have to sing.
A source close to the band said: “This is the pop reunion no one thought would ever happen again.
“But after a long period of negotiation Victoria agreed the time is right to work on new projects this year.
“It’s very exciting because she has always been adamant she wouldn’t go back.”
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