Remember the colorful cropped tops, mini dresses, buffalo boots? The 90's kids will never forget the legendary Spice Girls as they have become a huge influence to the pop culture.
All five Spice Girls reunited once again to announce details of the upcoming and highly-anticipated tribute musical, Viva Forever! The Musical, appearing together at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London, UK, where they filmed their famous video for their first single Wannabe in 1996.
"It's better than we could ever have imagined," Melanie Chisholm told press at the event, while Victoria Beckham added that the show will "be introducing a whole new generation to Girl Power".
The musical was written by comedienne Jennifer Saunders and Mamma Mia! producer Judy Craymer and the musical will feature the songs from Spice Girls. The story is about "'a beautiful, talented girl and her best friends who get swept up in the obsession of today's TV celebrity culture [and it] charts her journey into the world of overnight fame and its impact on her relationships with her mother and the friends she thought she'd have forever," states the British newspaper The Daily Mail
Mel C also admitted that she and former band mates Emma and Geri have been getting 'emotional' hearing others sing their old songs.
'There is a very emotional bit; myself, Geri and Emma went to one of the workshops and there is one particular point where we were sobbing. It's emotional for us ' to hear other people singing our songs, it's surreal,' she told BBC Radio 1. 'They are very much in a different context and they probably sing them better than we did, to be fair.'
After the reunion, Victoria Beckham tweeted she had enjoyed an 'amazing' time the girls.
Source: The Daily Mail