Simon Cowell is reportedly trying to line up the Spice Girls for a TV documentary to coincide with a Take That-style comeback.

The pop mogul has apparently offered the girls a multi-million pound deal for a fly-on-the-wall show that will chart their lives since 2001 and follow preparations for a rumoured charity gig in the summer, according to the Daily Express.

A source at Simon’s company Syco told the paper: “Simon knows and sees Victoria the most and they’ve spoken about doing a two-hour documentary. She was really keen and has been speaking to the girls about it.”

But not all the Spices are so pleased about the idea of going back on tour, like the re-formed boyband Take That.

“While Geri Halliwell, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Victoria are all really keen, they’re having a hard time convincing Mel C, who isn’t sure she wants to be on the road touring again,” revealed another insider.

“[The documentary] will be similar to the Take That show, which subsequently led to a sell-out arena tour, hit comeback album and number one singles.

“They’ve seen a lot of each other recently, at Geri’s daughters christening and David’s birthday, and they discussed the offers they’ve had.

“They are keen to kick off any kind of a comeback with a bang – and that means the two-hour TV special.”