The Spice Girls have reportedly cancelled their world tour after just two months of performances and two continents amid reports of poor ticket sales.
So far, they have performed in the UK, Canada, the US and in Madrid and Cologne in Europe.
But instead of playing dates in Australia, Argentina, and China the five will finish the reunion tour in Toronto on February 26, according to a report in Britain's Daily Mail newspaper.
Citing "family commitments" as their reason for cutting the tour short, sources close to the group say the two Mels did not want to continue.
The Spice Girls said: "We've had such an amazing time over the last three months.
"It's been incredible being back together and seeing our fans again.
"We want to thank everyone who came to see us. It was all so mad the first time round, so we've really been able to appreciate it properly this time.
"There have been so many highlights and good times that we know it will be hard to be apart after Toronto.
"Really sorry if we didn't get to see you this time round. We all have other commitments in our lives now but who knows what will happen next."
The tour was originally meant to last until June but the dates in Cape Town, Buenos Aires, Beijing and Sydney were first cancelled apparently so the group could play extra nights in London. They had not been rescheduled.