London, Feb 2 : The famous all-girl band Spice Girls has split up yet again, and this time it is Melanie Chisholm who has called it a day, according to reports.
The band has also pulled plans to take their reunion tour to Australia, China, South Africa and Argentina and will play their final gig in Canada later this month.
Mel C has been in talks with bandmates Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Melanie Brown over the band's future.
But Sporty Spice does not want to continue so the girls have decided to call it a day.
"Geri and Victoria have been loving the attention and adulation the tour has been bringing the girls in the UK and North America," The Sun quoted a source, as saying.
"Mel B has really enjoyed being on stage and performing again. And Emma has found it hard with a young son but was prepared to carry on.
"But Mel C is the one who always insisted the reunion should be only short-term. Now she wants to go back to doing her own thing.
"Because they couldn't all agree, the extra tour dates have been pulled. Touring has been harder on all the girls this time round. But all of them could have been persuaded to continue - apart from Mel C," the source added.
The band on Feb 1 announced that their gig in Toronto on February 26 would be their last.
The band said: "It's been incredible being back together and seeing our fans again. Really sorry if we didn't get to see you this time round.
"We have other commitments in our lives now. But who knows what will happen next?" ANI)