No one is more excited about the Spice Girls reunion than James Corden

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No one is more excited about the Spice Girls reunion than James Corden

James Corden</a> declared during Friday’s press conference for Peter Rabbit, where he was joined by co-stars Margot Robbie, Domhnall Gleeson, Rose Byrne and Elizabeth Debicki, as well as director Will Gluck for a livestream on Yahoo Entertainment’s Facebook page hosted by Kevin Polowy (watch above).” data-reactid=”13″>“Today is a monumental day,” James Corden declared during Friday’s press conference for Peter Rabbit, where he was joined by co-stars Margot Robbie, Domhnall Gleeson, Rose Byrne and Elizabeth Debicki, as well as director Will Gluck for a livestream on Yahoo Entertainment’s Facebook page hosted by Kevin Polowy (watch above).

Spice Girls</a> are re-forming … ALL FIVE.”” data-reactid=”14″>“Not because we’re all here. But because it was announced today that the Spice Girls are re-forming … ALL FIVE.”

for a photo, at least</a> — but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re re-forming.” data-reactid=”15″>The late night host/actor/carpool karaoke artist extraordinaire, who voices the titular rabbit in the upcoming family film, may have been jumping the gun a bit. Yes, all five Spice Girls did reunite — for a photo, at least — but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re re-forming.

“So I would not get one rabbit. I’d get five rabbits. And I would name them Scary, Baby, Sporty, Posh, and Ginger.”

(In case it’s not already obvious, James Corden is a huge Spice Girls fan.)

As for his co-stars? (And their fantasy rabbit names, not Spice Girl fandom levels.) Byrne said she did have a rabbit once, named “Bunsk.” The Irish-born Gleeson stayed true to his homeland and picked the name “Seamus.” Debicki stayed classic and went with “Snowflake.” And while Robbie never entertained getting a real-live rabbit, she admitted she’s had a stuffed-animal version since she was a child named … “Bunny.”

Now if only the Spice Girls could add a sixth member named Bunny Spice, we’d have some perfect harmony here.

(You can watch the full interview, which starts around 24:45, above; see Corden lose it over the Spice Girls around minute 44.)