Spice Girls Reunite at Victoria Beckham’s 50th Birthday Bash

All five members of the popular Spice Girls reunited during Victoria Beckham’s 50th birthday celebration on Saturday, where they were seen dancing to their hit “Stop” in a video shared by David Beckham on Instagram.

Victoria Beckham, Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner, and Melanie Chisholm, better known as Posh, Scary, Baby, Ginger, and Sporty Spice, came together to recreate the magic of 1997 by performing their hit ‘Stop’ at the celebration.

David Beckham captured the nostalgic moment, shared it on Instagram, and was seen singing along.

“Come on,” wrote Victoria’s husband, the 48-year-old former England captain, in his post.

In the comments, Victoria exclaimed, “Best night ever! Happy Birthday to me! I love you all so much! #SpiceUpYourLife.”

The hashtag hearkens back to one of their famous tracks from their peak in the 1990s.

The celebration was held at Oswald’s private members’ club in Mayfair, attended by stars like Tom Cruise, Salma Hayek, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Gordon Ramsay.

Before the party, Victoria posted several family photos on Instagram, featuring her husband and their four children—Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper.

“Can’t wait to celebrate with my family and friends! I love you all so much,” the fashion designer shared.

David Beckham and their three sons were dressed sharply in tuxedos, while Victoria chose a light green ball gown and Harper a cream floor-length dress.

Despite recent photos of Victoria using crutches, she appeared without them in her social media pictures.

During their birthday performance, the Spice Girls sang and danced to “Stop” without using microphones.

Fans expressed their delight at seeing all five Spice Girls reunited, with many leaving enthusiastic comments on Beckham’s Instagram post.

“David, you are the best social media manager out there, thank you for giving the people content,” commented a fan.

“The moment the entire planet has been waiting for,” another added.

“How my daughter feels about Taylor Swift is how I feel about these girls,” another person shared.

Some fans even hoped for a tour, with one suggesting, “Can we have a word about transporting this to Glastonbury please?”

The Spice Girls originally formed in 1994 in response to an advertisement seeking members for an all-girl group.

Their debut single “Wannabe” in 1996 sparked a global frenzy known as “Spice mania,” and their message of “Girl Power” became a hallmark of their identity.

They achieved nine UK number one hits, including classics like “Say You’ll Be There,” “2 Become 1,” and “Viva Forever.”

Geri Halliwell departed from the group in 1998, and the band disbanded in 2001, though they have reunited for tours and performances, including at the 2012 London Olympics closing ceremony. Their last tour was in 2019, with Victoria absent.