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  • The Spice Girls reunited in an Instagram video to promote Victoria Beckham’s Pride fashion collection.
  • All proceeds from Beckham’s Pride line will go to the AKT charity group, which provides aid to LGBTQ+ homeless youth in London.
  • The Spice Girls, minus Beckham, were gearing up to embark on a world tour when it was upended by the coronavirus pandemic.

The Spice Girls are making dreams come true in honor of Pride Month by reuniting via video to support the cause.

The iconic ‘90s British girl group appeared in an Instagram video on Wednesday to promote Victoria Beckham’s, also known as Posh Spice, Pride fashion collection.


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Each of the ladies — Mel B, Mel C, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner — could be seen along with Beckham in a series of photos of them sporting white tees embossed with the rainbow words, “Proud and wannabe your lover,” echoing their hit-single, “Wannabe.”

The featured T-shirt costs $100. All proceeds from Beckham’s Pride line will go to the AKT charity group, which provides aid to LGBTQ+ homeless youth in London. 

The Spice Girls, minus Beckham, were gearing up to embark on a world tour when it was upended by the coronavirus pandemic.


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Published on Jun 11, 2021