Victoria Beckham has sparked speculation of a Spice Girls reunion after singing ‘Say You’ll Be There’ at karaoke in Miami.
Posh Spice did not reunite with their bandmates – Melanie C, Geri Horner, Mel B and Emma Bunton – for their comeback tour in 2019.
However, she was spotted singing the 90s classic when her retired football star husband David danced next to her in America over the weekend.
And in a cryptic TikTok caption, he hinted that they might reunite as a five-piece, although an insider recently dismissed a report that the fashion designer is set to join his bandmates at Glastonbury next year to celebrate their 30th anniversary.
She wrote below the clip: “Heating the singing in Miami! more to come!!”
And the Spice Girls reposted the video and teased: “Once a Spice Girl always a Spice Girl.”
A source close to Posh insisted she would prefer to focus on her fashion label.
However, Victoria has not ruled out a separate “celebration event” with bandmates Gerry (Ginger), Mel (Scary), Melanie (Sporty) and… Emma (baby), although she won’t necessarily sing.
An insider told the Mail on Sunday newspaper last week: “Glastonbury is possibly the best event on the planet but Victoria won’t be doing it next year.
“She has built a career as a fashion designer into which she has put her blood, sweat and tears, so singing is something she will have to consider carefully.
“Sadly, when she sang in the past, she was ridiculed a lot.
“He is a different person now. She fondly remembers her years in the Spice Girls – they were very special to her – so she hasn’t ruled out, perhaps, a celebration at some point.
“And Glastonbury aren’t exactly keen on having a group without Posh, it just doesn’t have the same pull.”
Victoria to feature in a documentary made bystar wars‘ Director JJ Abrams will tell the story of the group’s rise to fame in the 1990s and feature interviews and unseen material from his personal archives.