Emma Bunton wants a spot on the judging panel for the second series of 'RuPaul's Drag Race UK'.
The 43-year-old singer - who appeared on 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' season three in the US last year - is keen to follow in the footsteps of her bandmate Geri Horner by getting on the panel of the British version when it returns for another run.
When asked if she would be a guest judge on the drag competition, she told Attitude magazine: "100%! I mean, I had the the best fun when we did it in America, I'd love to do it here."
RuPaul Charles and his trusty sidekick Michelle Visage journeyed across the pond to search for the UK's first drag superstar earlier this year and crowned The Vivienne as their champion earlier this month.
The series is set to return next year as BBC Three announced that the hugely popular British version of the drag queen spectacle - which saw chat show host Graham Norton and comedian Alan Carr as regular judges - as the first season has proved such a huge hit with the nation.
The Spice Girls - formed of Emma, Mel C, Geri and Mel B, and Victoria Beckham who decided not to return for their reunion this year - also previously worked with the iconic drag queen RuPaul in the 90s.
Emma added: "Years and years ago! In fact, I've got a picture actually, and when I was on the show I showed RuPaul and it was like 'Wowww', because it was a long time ago. It feels like we've known her for years."
Meanwhile, the 'Wannabe' hitmaker spoke to Geri about her experience on the most first UK series, and admitted she hasn't actually watched the debut run just yet.
She said: "Because I've been away so much I've actually got it all lined up to watch, I can't wait. I just need that one night to watch them all. But I saw clips and I know she really enjoyed it. Obviously we spoke because she knows I did it in America as well, but we're huge fans."