The Spice Girls reunite for a spontaneous Victoria Beckham birthday performance

LONDON, UK – The iconic 90s pop group, Spice Girls, had a mini-reunion at Victoria Beckham’s 50th birthday celebration in London on Saturday night. The group, consisting of Victoria Beckham, Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner, and Melanie Chisholm, also known as Posh, Scary, Baby, Ginger, and Sporty Spice, performed their classic hit, “Stop.”

David Beckham, Victoria’s husband and former England captain, captured the nostalgic moment on Instagram. The football legend was also seen singing along with the pop group’s hit. He captioned his post with a playful, “I mean come on.”

Victoria Beckham, the birthday girl, responded to her husband’s post, expressing her joy over the night’s festivities. She wrote, “Best night ever! Happy Birthday to me! I love you all so much! #SpiceUpYourLife,” referencing another popular Spice Girls song.

The star-studded celebration took place at Oswald’s private members club in Mayfair, with celebrity appearances from Tom Cruise, Salma Hayek, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Gordon Ramsay. Prior to the event, Victoria shared pictures of her family, including her husband and their four children – Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper, all dressed to the nines for the occasion.

The impromptu performance by the Spice Girls, without the use of microphones, was a hit among fans, who expressed their excitement on social media. Some fans even pleaded for a full-fledged Spice Girls reunion tour.

The Spice Girls, who responded to an advert for an all-girl group, came together in 1994. Their debut single “Wannabe” in 1996 led to a global “Spice mania.” The group, known for their “Girl Power” mantra, became a global pop culture phenomenon and scored nine UK number one hits. After Geri Halliwell’s departure in 1998, the group disbanded in 2001. They reunited for tours in 2007 and 2012, and a European tour in 2019, sans Victoria.