Here's the Latest Musical Act on Meghan and Harry's Guest List

The royal wedding could rival the Grammys in A-list star power

The Spice Girls at Los Angeles International Airport where they named a Virgin Atlantic 747 "Spice One". December 12, 2007 Los Angeles, CA

It's Harry and Meghan—the musical.

Lifetime might be making a cheesy television movie about everyone's favorite lovebirds scheduled to air sometime this spring, but if the guest list is any indication, their May 19th wedding could be the musical event of the year.

The Spice Girls are going to be there.

Mel B revealed on Tuesday that she's attending the wedding of the year. "I'm going," she whispered on "The Real" then added, "I don't know if I should have said that."

Will the Spice Girls be performing at the reception? Mel B isn't saying. When asked, she plead the fifth. "I need to go—I'm going to get fired."

Victoria Beckham will certainly be there as her husband David Beckham is close to Prince Harry and attended Prince William's wedding.

Other musical guests all but confirmed includes Sir Elton John who cancelled two shows in Las Vegas earlier this year because of a "scheduling" conflict—they fell on the same weekend of the royal wedding. John famously performed a rewritten version of his hit, "Candle in the Wind," at Princess Diana's funeral and has remained close with her sons.

Ed Sheeran, who received an OBE (Order of the British Empire) from the Queen last year, is also rumored to be among the guests—and may be the one who serenades the couple with his song, "Perfect." When a group of singers performed the song for Meghan Markle and Harry while the couple was visiting Scotland, the bride-to-be was reportedly moved to tears.

Besides A-list musicians, there are to be plenty of other celebrities in attendance including Meghan's friend Serena Williams and her former Suits co-stars. President Barack Obama and wife Michelle Obama are close to Harry would surely be invited—but may not want to attend cause major diplomatic because of the diplomatic dilemma it would cause with President Donald Trump). When asked by the BBC if Obama is on the guest list, Harry responded: "We haven't put the invites or the guest list together yet, so who knows whether he's going to be invited or not. Wouldn't want to ruin that surprise."

St. George's Chapel at Windsor Chapel has capacity to hold 800 guests—so there's room for plenty of star power.

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