Spice Girls reunite for Victoria Beckham's 50th birthday party

Spice Girls in 1997. (PHOTO: COLUMBIA PICTURES)

Victoria Beckham celebrated her 50th birthday in style over the weekend, with a star-studded party in London that included a special reunion with her former Spice Girls bandmates.

The fashion designer, formerly known as Posh Spice, marked the milestone with Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell-Horner, Melanie Brown, and Melanie Chisolm by her side at the glamorous affair.

During the celebration, the group had a nostalgic moment as they sang along to their 1997 hit “Stop,” complete with the iconic choreography, as captured in a video shared on Beckham’s Instagram on Saturday.

“Best night ever! Happy Birthday to me! I love you all so much!” Beckham expressed in the caption of the post.

Her husband, soccer star David Beckham, who was behind the camera, captured the lively reunion and expressed his excitement in a caption: “I mean come on x @victoriabeckham @melaniecmusic @officialmelb @emmaleebunton @gerihalliwellhorner ????????.”

Spice Girls captured doing the iconic choreography.

This gathering marked the first time all five original Spice Girls members were seen together in years.

The last time they performed as a group was at the London Olympics opening ceremony in 2012.

In 2019, Bunton, Horner, Chisolm, and Brown reunited for a tour, while Beckham chose not to participate, to focus on her family and successful business endeavors.

The Spice Girls rose to fame with their debut album “Spice” in 1996, producing chart-topping hits like “Say You’ll Be There,” “Wannabe,” and “2 Become 1.”

After a hiatus in 2000, the members pursued solo careers but continued to be remembered for their influential music and iconic style.



Related Articles