Spice Girls Reunite and Perform ‘Stop’ Dance at Victoria Beckham’s 50th Birthday Party

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Christophe Gstalder

The Spice Girls reunited at Victoria Beckham’s 50th birthday party on Saturday, where they danced to their hit song “Stop” in a video posted by David Beckham on Instagram.

Posh Spice did the signature dance to the hit alongside fellow former bandmates Mel B, Geri Halliwell, Melanie C and Emma Bunton at her birthday celebration at Oswald’s, a private members club in London.


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Victoria Beckham reposted the video to her own Instagram account, captioning it: “Best night ever! Happy birthday to me! I love you all so much.” She also added the hashtag #SpiceUpYourLife.

The group also released a throwback alternative video last year to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the single from their 1997 sophomore album, “Spiceworld.”

The pop-up performance comes amidst rumors of a full-on reunion – whether that be for a tour or new music. Mel B, a.k.a. Scary Spice, said in a “Today” interview last month that the group is working on something “very good” together. She evaded questions of a reunion tour, but described the project they are working on as “the gift that keeps on giving.”

The Spice Girls originally split in 2000, just six years after their formation in 1994. The group also kicked off its reunion tour in 2019, which Victoria Beckham was not a part of. The last time the group had reunited before then was for the closing ceremony at London Olympics in 2012. Prior to the 2019 reunion tour, the girls came back together for “The Return of the Spice Girls Tour” in 2007, which earned an official box office gross of $70.1 million.

From Variety US