Organizers of the 2000 Brit Awards are hoping the Spice Girls will be joined by former member Geri Halliwell when they accept their lifetime achievement award Friday (March 3), Reuters reported. "Everything is being done to make that happen," an awards spokesperson, who was not named, told the news service. "Things may change. We are hoping they are going to kiss and make up, so there will be a big 'Ah' from the 12 million people watching on television." Meanwhile, the Girls themselves are keeping the mystery alive as to what will happen at the London ceremony. They released a statement that said: "Spice Girls started out as five and we feel this award is in recognition of the great achievements of all five. The remaining four of us look forward to many new adventures." Halliwell quit the group in May 1998 to launch a solo career.