Mel C doesn't think the Spice Girls will let her sing with them because she snubbed their reunion plans.
The 'Viva Forever' hitmaker has admitted that despite turning down the chance to rejoin the girl group she would find it "weird" seeing them perform without her and would probably want to get up on stage with them.
When asked how she would feel like if she saw her bandmates - Geri Horner, Emma Bunton and Mel B - perform as a trio, she said: "I think I'll find it weird.
"People have talked to me about the gigs and they're like, 'Are you going to go?' I'd find it really weird."
Despite not being involved in the reunion, Mel - who was known as Sporty Spice in the group - said she will always be supportive of the girls and Victoria Beckham, who also chose not to rejoin the band.
She told The Sun newspaper: "I want to support the girls, of course! I think I'd probably have to get up with them. They'd be like, 'Get off, you said no!' "
The brunette beauty - who is gearing up to release her solo LP 'Version Of Me' - previously admitted she considered getting back together with the girls at one point, but it was too late when they finally got together to discuss their plans.
When asked if she'll be making a Spice Girls comeback alongside her fellow bandmates, she said: "Good luck to them. I'm very grateful to whoever decided to make a big deal of Wannabe's anniversary, but it's now become this ridiculous thing.
"We all enjoyed playing at the Olympics in 2012. OK, Victoria not so much. I think she found that type of attention overwhelming ... the rest of us agreed to keep the door open. We said in a year or so we'd get together to see what we thought but we never got around to organising anything and by the time talk of the anniversary came round I'd decided against it."