This Is What The Spice Girls Look Like 20 Years After Their First Hit.
If it seems like an entire lifetime ago that the Spice Girls took the international stage with hits like "Wannabe," "Say You'll Be There," and "Two Become One," that's because it kind of has been. After all, they shot to fame in 1994, which was more than 20 years ago -- back when platforms were in fashion, you didn't leave the house without glitter, and low-rise jeans were all the rage. Since then, the Spices have been up to all kinds of things -- and they've grown up, too.
Below, we've put together a "where are they now" post for your consideration, and so you can see just how much Baby, Posh, Ginger, Sporty, and Scary have changed since then. What they've been up to since might surprise you -- and wait until you find out what the group might be planning for sometime in the near future. That's right: All your decades-old Spice Girls dreams could be about to come true.
There are few people of a certain age who don't remember the Spice Girls.
They were probably the most important girl group of the nineties, if only because they seemingly came out of nowhere and were unlike anything we'd seen before.
But if you DO need a refresher, here's a quick rundown.
The spices were Baby, Ginger, Sporty, Scary, and Posh. Everyone had a favorite, and everyone secretly wanted to be one or all of them.
The group formed in 1994.
Their debit album "Spice" sold over 30 million records, meaning that they successfully broke onto the scene and made everyone turn on their heels. They followed that up with"Spiceworld," that sold 20 million copies. Overall, they've sold more than 80 million records, making them the most successful girl group ever.
FIrst, there was Baby Spice.
Emma Bunton got her name by being the youngest in the group.
She's gone on to pursue a solo career.
She produced an album called "A Girl Like Me," followed by a number of records. Emma got together with her original girls to do a greatest hits album.
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