Victoria Beckham showed off her signature dance moves while performing during a family vacation
Victoria Beckham channeled her inner Spice Girl as she performed one of the group’s songs for a karaoke performance during a family holiday in the south of France.
Fashion designer husband David, 48, shared a video of the singer on Instagram with his 74million followers.
The footage shows the former Posh Spice belting out the legendary 1997 hit “Stop” while performing her signature dance moves with the music video playing in the background.
Victoria looked elegant in a form-fitting black midi dress as she performed at the Saint tropaz bar.
David captioned the clip, “Karaoke night with the one and only Posh Spice.”
Victoria shared the rare performance on her own Instagram Stories with the caption, “Just for you David Beckham.”
The couple regularly gives their followers a glimpse into their private lives.
During the same trip, David secretly filmed a video on a boat showing Victoria lunging in the background.
Victoria shared a video of David showing off his breakdancing moves and getting the “for the gram” worm out of the way.
The couple have been enjoying a holiday with family and friends in Saint-Tropez just three months after their eldest son’s lavish wedding to American actress Nicole Peltz.
The star-studded event took place in April at the Peltz family mansion in Palm Beach. Attendees included personalities such as Eva Longoria, Serena Williams and Gordon Ramsay.
When did Victoria last perform?
The singer and fashion designer’s willingness to perform a Spice Girls song in public is pretty rare.
The other four members of the group reunited for a tour of the UK and Ireland in 2019, but Victoria chose not to take part.
Her last appearance and appearance as part of the Spice Girls was in 2012 when she took the stage with the group at the Closing Ceremony of the London Olympics.
The Spice Girls are rumored to be reuniting in September for Geri Haliwell’s big 50th birthday bash. The group is expected to perform as a five-piece at the party for the first time in 10 years.
Who were the Spice Girls?
The Spice Girls were a 1990s British girl group consisting of Mel C (“Sporty”), Mel B (“Scary”), Emma Bunton (“Baby”), Geri Halliwell (“Ginger”) and Victoria Beckham (“Posh “) ).
They followed a “girl power” mantra that allowed them to redefine the girl group concept by targeting a young female fan base.
The group released hit songs like “Wannabe”, “Say You’ll Be There” and “2 Become 1” from their debut album Spice (1996).
They then released their second album, Spiceworld (1997), which included upbeat songs like “Spice Up Your Life” and “Stop.”
Their debut album became the best-selling album in music history by a girl group and one of the best-selling albums of all time.
Since splitting up in 2000, the members have each pursued solo projects and Victoria is now an internationally recognized style icon and fashion designer.
The rest of the group stayed with the music and have had solo success over the last 22 years.
Your relationship: In early 1997, Victoria aka Posh Spice began dating footballer David Beckham after meeting at a charity football game.
A year later, the couple announced their engagement and were dubbed the “Posh and Becks” by the British media. They became, and have remained, the ultimate power couple.
The couple had four children; Brooklyn (1999), Romeo (2002), Cruz (2005) and Harper (2011).
Your money: Victoria Beckham is the richest member of the Spice Girls with a net worth of $450 million, which is more than 10 times that of the others in the group. This is partly due to her successful fashion label “Victoria Beckham”.
Since leaving the Spice Girls, she’s worked hard, making everything from a solo album and reality TV to perfumes and books. She ventured into the fashion world after doing one-off modeling and design projects with the likes of Marc Jacobs and Dolce & Gabbana.
After launching in 2008, her fashion brand received critical acclaim and has appeared at New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week over the years.