However, she will still remain an active singer
Singer Geri Horner – who recently backed out of a proposed Spice Girls reunion to focus on family – has set her sights on a television presenting career. In fact, she has already landed an opportunity to host a pop culture documentary for the BBC which is set to air later this year.
A source shared: “Geri was in the most iconic girl group in history so the BBC were thrilled to get her on board.
She’s already filmed the one-off music programme, which features her talking about her Nineties influence.”
And although she already has some experience thanks to her appearance on The X Factor, she is now looking to host more prominent programs.
The insider told The Sun newspaper: “It’s great news for her, as she wants to build up her portfolio with classy programmes.
Her previous telly work has included guest appearances on ‘The X Factor‘ in 2010 and 2012, which didn’t turn out too well. She feels like that’s beneath her now.
Her baby is due later this year but working in telly will be great for her to pick and choose the opportunities which come her way.”
Despite her new goals, Geri is still very active in the music industry and has been busy in the studio as of late. However, she has officially decided not to reunite with her fellow Spice Girls brandmates to dedicate more time to her growing family.
A source recently added: “Geri’s priorities have changed. Her baby is due later this year and rather than force a reunion, she’s needs to concentrate on more personal matters.
Getting all the girls in the studio at the same time proved a tough task. What they needed was one main boss-style figure to pull the strings otherwise they would be constantly in limbo.”