Spice girls discuss their wild 'Student House' days in long-lost clip

The Spice Girls' second album , Spiceworld, boasts a stellar tracklist, including hit singles "Spice Up Your Life," "Stop," "Viva Forever" and more. It is still considered a pop music phenomenon. Released 25 years ago, the album cemented the band's status as the world's biggest girl band at the time, selling an impressive 14 million copies worldwide. To celebrate Spiceworld's 25th anniversary, Bustle received some exclusive, long-lost footage of the Spice Girls discussing their first home— peak of '90s nostalgia.

In the video, originally recorded in 1997, Posh, Baby, Ginger, Scary and Sporty share details of the "very small" home they shared at the height of the spice craze. "It was two bedrooms," recalls Victoria Beckham, who likened the smaller third bedroom to a cupboard. "Jerry lived in the cupboard because she was the eldest. I shared it with Emma and the two Melanies also shared it. Like girls who misbehave ."

"It's really basic. It's a great place for us, like a student dormitory," Melanie C added, before Mel B spoke briefly about her experience living with her bandmates. "I love getting to know people," the former X Factor judge explained. "I think it's the only way to understand life."

Summarizing the previously unseen video, self-proclaimed "very, very chaotic" Emma Bunton revealed, "Friday nights used to be late at night and I used to run home. I used to just walk out of there. door."

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As mentioned, the iconic British girl group is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its second studio release with a new extended album titled Spiceworld 25 . This commemorative record combines the original chart-topping tracklist with some of their favorite B-sides, bonus tracks and some previously unreleased recordings drawn from the band's archives.

" The Spice World era has been a really fun time for us; we just had a #1 album with Spice , we traveled the world and met our amazing fans, we released our second album, And we got our own movie! Who would have thought that 25 years later, it’s crazy,” the band said in a statement.