Victoria Beckham's Spice Girl Audition Is V. Dramatic

In the late 1990s, singers Scary, Sporty, Baby, Ginger and Posh (aka the Spice Girls) ushered in the era of girl power with a series of chart-topping hits like "Wannabe" and "Stop." Led by Jerry Halliwell (now Horner), Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm and Victoria Beckham, the Spice Girls became the most successful group of all time One of the best selling girl groups. However, one band member has shared details of an audition gone wrong that led her to believe she wouldn't make the Spice Girls' final line-up.

Speaking on the Armchair Expert podcast in December 2022, Beckham (aka Posh Spice) revealed that she didn't expect to be a part of the iconic '90s band after opting for a "dramatic" rendition of "Mein Herr" member. During one of her early hottie auditions.

“Everyone was singing Madonna or pop songs,” she recalls. “I come from a musical theater background and I stood up and sang a song from Cabaret This is so dramatic and wrong. "

Beckham added that her audition "obviously caught their attention" despite it being a risky song choice. She continued: "They saw something in me; God knows what it was. I look back at those early videos and I think, wow, what did they see because I was average." Elsewhere in the interview, the The Out Of Your Mind hitmaker also discussed how the Spice Girls "work well" as a group when they "come together".

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"No one forced these characters on us, so I always saw them that way," she explains. "I was the one who always wore a little black dress and a short brown hair. Emma, ​​when I first met her, she had little blond braids and a little white dress."

Beckham concluded: "We just work together individually and we may be a little bit out of place, but together we work very well."