Mel B. opened up about her favorite bandmate, feuding with Victoria Beckham and going to Soul Cycle with Diddy!
Could Little Mix be following in the footsteps of the Spice Girls and heading to the big screen a la ‘Spice World’?
We've all been there before: you're blasting the car radio with the windows down, singing the lyrics to a song you've heard dozens of times, only to have your friend sitting next to you say, "Umm, those aren't the lyrics. Your lyrics don't even make sense!"
So which song lyrics are most commonly confused with alternate phrases? (Example: Elton John's "Hold me closer, tiny dancer" incorrectly confused as "Hold me closer, Tony Danza.") The UK's Telegraph reveals that a new British poll has set out to reveal which lyrics Brits are getting wrong.
Update: We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but it looks like this epic world tour was just to good to be true. According to MTV News, a rep for BSB stated that the BSB/Spice Girls world tour is a no-go. (We'll just be over here, crying into our '90s-era posters.)
It's like all of our '90s nostalgia was gearing up for this moment: the Backstreet Boys and the Spice Girls may be doing a reunion tour together! Brian Littrell of BSB was the one to allegedly reveal the Internet-breaking news himself.
Of all the Spice Girls to walk down memory lane, we wouldn't have thought that Victoria Beckham (aka Posh Spice) would be one to take a stroll. Though she has previously reunited with the rest of the group, the fashion designer and mother of four has maintained a notoriously, shall we say, "uptight" profile. However, that all changed when she posted the greatest Spice Girls nostalgia memorabilia known to man on Twitter today, March 12.
The Spice Girls took the pop music world by storm with 'Wannabe' in 1996, and Britney Spears shook its core once again with 'Baby One More Time' in 1998. Both acts were confident, fun, sexy and cute all at once, with one bringing us an unforgettable girl power anthem in the mid '90s and the other giving us a welcome return to straight-up pop goodness in the late '90s. Is 'Wannabe' or 'Baby One More Time' a more deserving choice to be named the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era?