Victoria Beckham may never rejoin Spice Girls after 'life-changing' realization

Victoria Beckham may never rejoin Spice Girls after 'life-changing' realization

Victoria Beckham may never rejoin Spice Girls.

Sad news – Victoria Beckham may never rejoin the Spice Girls. The former singer has written a letter to her future self, laying out her hopes. And it doesn’t sound good for a band reunion.

In her letter in Vogue magazine, she pointedly reminded the future Posh: “While singing and dancing was fun for you, it wasn’t your passion.”

This “life-changing” realisation her vocation might not be as a pop singer (ahem) came after watching her pal Elton John perform Tiny Dancer in “as if it were the first time”. Victoria Beckham.

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She said his performance in Las Vegas “was like oxygen for him.” The realisation set her on a different path.

“It was time to step away from being a Spice Girl,” she wrote, and admitted it was “scary to close a chapter that defined” her for so many years.

If future Posh takes heed of her own advice, it will be a massive blow to the rest of the Spice Girls. Spice Girls.

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Only this week Mel C said she felt Victoria was “coming around” to the idea of rejoining her bandmates, after finding it “difficult” when pictures of the four piece’s 2019 reunion were “beamed all over the world” without her.

“We’re hoping. It was hard enough to bring her back,” Mel told Apple, adding: “We might have to get her hypnotised.”

Just keep the hypnotised Posh away from any of her old copies of Vogue.

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