Monday, December 9th 2013
The Spice Girls may be more of a catalogue act these days than contemporary chart-toppers, yet that hasn’t stopped their still-strong fanbase from hoping for a reunion. Especially with the ladies 20th anniversary looming.
However, it appears Posh Spice has other ideas. For, in a new interview with Vogue Paris about her successful foray into the world of fashion design, Victoria Beckham revealed that she’s officially “done” with music.
The revelation comes after years of speculation about Beckham’s alleged friction with the quintet’s other members – alleged friction that would intensify each time a “reunion” rumor or opportunity gathered steam.
VB’s words after the jump…
Sunday, November 10th 2013
As proud purveyors of Pop, we love us some Spice Girls. Indeed, who doesn’t?
Yet, there comes a time when an artist is tasked with realizing that their commercial run has wrapped. Call it a “transition”, if you will.
Unfortunately for Spice’s Geri Halliwell, the memo hasn’t landed on her lap or, worse still, is being flat-out ignored.
Case, point, the 41-year-old’s performance of the group’s debut single ‘Wannabe’ on Australia’s Got Talent last night. The irony in the song choice and the fact Halliwell actually judges on the show is priceless.
See what we mean after the jump…
Sunday, November 18th 2012
One are legends in Pop, while the other is one of the genre’s most promising prospects. Hence, it made for an intriguing watch to see the Spice Girls and Rita Ora on the same couch on Channel 4′s Alan Carr: Chatty Man this week.
Watch below as the ladies reflect on careers, performances, and projects with the ever-humorous Carr below…
Tuesday, August 21st 2012
Spice Girls sisters Mel C and Emma Bunton team up to remake ‘Chess‘ musical classic ‘I Knew Him So Well‘ for the former’s new LP ‘Stages‘ this week.
Sure to generate quite the buzz- following the group’s stint at the 2012 Olympics Ceremony- the cut premiered online today via Perez Hilton.
Sunday, August 12th 2012
As previously reported, as the grandest of sports spectacles Olympic Games (2012) drew to a close, it was only fitting that its Closing Ceremony brought out the grandest girlband of all – the Spice Girls.
That’s right - Ginger, Scary, Sporty, Baby and Posh rocked the house with rousing renditions of two of their greatest hits. What better way to spice up your night than a trip down ‘Girl Power’ memory lane?
See it all below:
Sunday, August 12th 2012
With London hosting the Olympic Games 2012, it was only fitting that its grand Closing Ceremony brought with it the grandest girlband of all – the Spice Girls.
Ginger, Scary, Sporty, Baby and Posh rocked the house with a rousing medley of their hits. What are you waiting for? Spice up your…night..after the jump…
Saturday, August 11th 2012
Cop a gander at Brit Pop force the Spice Girls, reportedly in rehearsals for tomorrow evening’s Olympic Closing Ceremony.
Snapped in action hours ago, the ‘Spice Up Your Life‘ singers attracted a crowd and paparazzi as they readied their heavily anticipated reunion, believed to see them perform a medley of their greatest hits.
Tuesday, June 26th 2012
For the first time in four years, all five members of iconic Pop force the Spice Girls reunited.
Mel B, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell, Victoria Beckham, and Mel C, gathered in London’s Renaissance Hotel today for the launch of ‘Viva Forever’ - a new musical based on their classic hits.
And while much ado has been made about the group’s strained relations following their farewell tour in 2008, one thing is for sure: time has treated the ‘Holler’ singers well. Stunning.
Sunday, May 6th 2012
They may have gone ghost from Pop charts, but still the girl groups of yesterday have provided an irreplaceable soundtrack to most of our lives by ushering in decades of hits. The absence of such would unquestionably place a void on modern Pop music. As emphasized by a previous precis, while charts lay devoid of a diva syndicate, the offerings of The Supremes, Destiny’s Child, and TLC are just a burning reminder of a time when girls really did run the world.
So, in an effort to pay homage and also remind future successors of the big stilettos they have to fill, That Grape Juice has compiled a list of the greatest girl groups to ever grace a stage. And, in constant quest of the thoughts of you – TGJ faithful – we’ve once against requested your input on the matter.
Who’s the greatest girl group to ever it? Was it the sass and class of DC3 or the harmony of En Vogue? The classic style of The Supremes or the crazy, sexy, cool combo of TLC?
You decide after the jump…