Victoria Beckham wants to focus on communicating the message of Girl Power to future generations
Spice Girls’ upcoming reunion won’t include new material or a tour, according to Victoria Beckham.
There’s been many twists, turns and rumours surrounding the return of the iconic ‘90s group. Back in February, all five members of the girl band reunited – claiming that “the time feels right to explore some incredible new opportunities together”.
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Now, Victoria Beckham has spoken of a potential live reunion, new material and the ongoing importance of Girl Power.
“There is no tour, no more music from the Spice Girls, but it was great getting together with them,” Beckham told Grazia magazine. “We were just saying Girl Power is such an important message and how do we communicate that?”
“How do we pass the baton on, how does that look to future generations?” she continued. “And that’s what it’s about with us. It’s not all about the rumours about going on tour and recording new material.”
She added: “I think girl power has always been important. And now, for me, it’s about empowering women through fashion.”
The group last performed at the Olympics Closing Ceremony in 2012, but Victoria Beckham has remained continuously resolute about not wanting to reunite.
“It is not happening. At some point you’ve gotta know when it’s time say, ‘that was great’,” she told Alison Hammond on This Morning last year.
“Girl Power will always be out there and is something that we all still believe.”
The pop group originally formed in 1994, before splitting in 2000 following the recording of three studio albums.