Geri Halliwell and Emma Bunton want another Spice Girls reunion tour.
A devoted fan wrote to the 90s girl band on Twitter telling them he'd like to see them do a farewell tour.
To which Halliwell replied: "Me too."
"Me Three," added Bunton.
The girl-power group - made up of Halliwell, Bunton, Victoria Beckham, Mel B and Mel C - reunited for a one-off performance at the London Olympics Closing Ceremony last summer and Ginger Spice and Baby Spice are keen for the team to reform and hit the road one last time.
Most of the band had reportedly been "plotting" a string of final shows next year, but after Beckham refused to take part, the remaining members decided to scrap their plans following concerns that ticket and merchandise sales would struggle if the entire quintet weren't involved.
A source said previously: "They feared a general apathy from the public if Posh wasn't in the fray, leading to dates not selling out.
"Victoria's obviously a big pull when it comes to the fans and she also guarantees press coverage."
The girls reunited in 2007 for their first tour as a five-piece since May 1998. The Return of the Spice Girls shows took place in the UK, across Europe and North America and banked the band £107.2 million.