A new docuseries features Victoria Beckham and the Spice Girls.

The undertaking will chart the ascent to fame of the British pop group.

Nope. There is no album. Neither a world tour. A brand-new docuseries that is now in production about the long-awaited reunion of Victoria Beckham and the Spice Girls. The Last Dance, the popular Netflix series that followed Michael Jordan’s career and the cultural impact of his team, the Chicago Bulls, was developed by the same creative team, though details have been scarce thus far. The as-yet-untitled project will follow the pop group’s ascent to fame and include never-before-seen footage and interviews with each of the five members.The pictures and stories of Ginger, Posh, Baby, Scary, and Sporty will carry us back to 1994, when five young British girls answered to an advertisement in the British newspaper called The Stage, and forever altering both their lives and the course of pop music. They collectively sold more than 100 million records, popularized Girl Power, and disseminated an upbeat and joyous brand of feminism thanks to their contagious energy, outrageously tailored styles, and catchy songs.

Melanie C, Mel B, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell, and even Victoria Beckham have all agreed to take part in the documentary and have expressed their joy at their new journey as a team. The most enthusiastic is Melanie Brown, who recently expressed her delight at working with the writers of The Last Dance and shared a fun fact about Spice’s debut hit Wannabe, which peaked at number one in 37 nations and made them a worldwide success. While the other girls sang the vocals, Mel B reportedly wrote the rap section on the toilet.

There is currently no concrete information regarding the release date, but band supporters can pass the time by binge-watching the upcoming Netflix docuseries about David and Victoria Beckham while crossing their fingers that the rumors about the Spice Girls headlining the Glastonbury Music Festival in 2023 are accurate.

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