Each house in the video was paid 100 punts for the day of filming and the locals signed contracts agreeing to not photograph or film the girls during production; when paparazzi came knocking the day of filming, the dutiful Irish locals shooed them away.
The second half of the movie depicted the group engaging in various activities with young girls, including racing and dancing through the streets, skipping rope, playing hopscotch, cat's cradle and pat-a-cake, and hula hooping.
When asked if festival co-organizer Emily Eavis has invited the band to play, she told the Guardian's G2 supplement that it's the question she despises answering because the answer is as disappointing to her as it is to Spice Girls fans. She shared that they would all love to attend Glasto but a reunion performance simply does not fit into the current plan for the girls. She said they all want to return to the stage, but everything is uncertain as of now.
According to Metro, the Spice Girls never officially broke up. In December 2000, they announced they were going on an indefinite hiatus but assured fans they would be back. As time went on, though, and fans saw the girls individually focus on their own solo careers, it seemed like even though the group never truly left us, they wouldn't be making music again together.