David Beckham Denies Rumours Of Spice Girls Reunion

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David Beckham has dismissed rumours of a Spice Girls reunion.

David who is married to former member of the girl band Victoria Beckham, has denied reports that the Spice Girls are to return to the stage as a group again.

This comes after rumours began to spark when Beckham posted a video of the girls singing, and dancing on stage to their hit Stop during Victoria's 50th birthday party. 

"I know it’s what people want, but in all honesty, I think I was the most excited of anyone", David Beckham said in a recent interview. "The fact that, obviously, we had all of the girls in one room. All of the girls haven’t been on a stage together for over 15 years". 

The former England captain continued: "So, to have them all there, to have them all up on stage, to have our youngest son playing guitar". 

"The whole reason why the girls are actually up there was I didn’t want to do a traditional video of old clips and people saying, 'Happy birthday, Victoria!’", he added. "My idea was to recreate the Mama video, but I wanted it of just Victoria". 

On the video, Beckham revealed that while the five girls including Ger Halliwell, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, Melanie Brown and Victoria were singing, the couple's youngest son Cruz was playing Mama on the guitar. 

"It was an amazing moment", Beckham said, before ruling out a Spice Girls reunion. 

"Unfortunately, that’s not happening", he insisted. "Victoria was so pleased to see the girls, and it was a massive part of her life, the girls, but obviously, all the girls have got their own things going on. They will do certain things together at certain times". 

"But Victoria’s full on with her beauty and fashion businesses. If anyone’s busier than me, it’s her". 

Beckham did also add that "there’s nothing more that I’d like to see than the girls on stage again".

"I’ll still work at it, don’t worry", he stated. 














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