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The Spice Girls in New YorkHenry Ray Abrams/AFP/Getty Images

If you Wannabe curled up on the sofa enjoying a nostalgic reflection of the 90s in full swing, then you'll be pleased to learn that BBC iPlayer is releasing an exclusive documentary called Spice Girls Superfans.

The one-off special has been created by BBC Music and looks back on the monumental rise of the band, which includes their meeting of Nelson Mandela and teasing Prince Charles in their film, Spiceworld The Movie.

Spice Girls Superfans is available to watch from Monday (1 August) and is narrated by Edith Bowman. It's set to be an interesting and star-studded watch as it includes commentary from celebrity fans, including Jess Glynne, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Wyatt, Foxes, M.O. and BBC DJ's Clara Amfo and Scott Mills – garnering a good dose of diverse musical opinions.

Wyatt of the Pussycat Dolls said about the globally-successful band: "It was just popilicious! Every little move that they did, everything that they represented was just really bold and powerful and amazing and for girls everywhere – and I remember being that girl – it was just like, yes, finally, something that really kicks butt for girls."

Current music star Foxes, 27, pointed out how the girls' individuality was key. She said: "They were all so individual. It was unlike any other group to come along," while Clara Amfo added: "I am a woman of colour and I think for me, seeing somebody like Mel B in a really popular British girl band was actually really special."

James Stirling, editor, BBC Music said of the programme: "The Spice Girls are a pop music phenomenon. Spice Girls Superfans offers a fascinating insight into the lasting effect they had on the artists of today. So many of today's pop starts cite them as an influence and I'm glad we can bring them together in our BBC iPlayer exclusive."

Watch Spice Girls Superfans here.