Victoria Beckham's outburst as star begged A-lister 'Please stop talking to me'

Model and actress Cara Delevingne has admitted to “pestering” Victoria Beckham backstage at Glastonbury about her future plans. Although it’s been almost a quarter of a century since the Spice Girls split up, constant rumours have circulated about all five ladies getting back together for a reunion tour.

Meanwhile, Victoria has admitted to fond memories of being in the group, especially as it was the girls’ music video for Say You’ll Be There that prompted her husband David Beckham to vow: “I’m going to marry her!” However, the woman formerly known as Posh Spice hit out when Cara cornered her at Glastonbury and begged for an update.

“I pestered Victoria about it once [and] she was like, ‘Please stop talking to me about that,'” she admitted during an interview with the Sunday Times. The Beckham matriarch has since clarified that any type of reunion she has with Geri, Mel B and C and Emma will be strictly behind the scenes from now on.

“We do have a group chat. I do speak to all the girls,” she reflected to Radio France. “It would be lovely for us to do something to celebrate [the 30th anniversary of the group] – a dinner or a lunch – and reminisce, but it will not be any more than that.”

She added that instead of promoting “Girl Power” on stage, she’ll be achieving it through her fashion brand. “I’m so proud of what I achieved with the Spice Girls but now, for me, it’s about empowering people through fashion and beauty,” she explained.

“There have been lots of rumours about tours and performances, but that will not happen – but I’d love to celebrate with the girls in another way, just me and them.”

One example of behind the scenes celebrations has already taken place, during Victoria’s 50th birthday party this year.

It saw her reunite with the other four and even sing Stop – their 1997 hit – with each other.

David posted the clip on Instagram, and Mel B mischievously republished it with the slogan: “About last night #tourdatescomingsoon.”

That led to a fan frenzy, with many believing the comment was a hint about a forthcoming tour.

Sadly, Victoria has since put those rumours to rest – and in the past, she told of how Elton John had inspired her to leave music behind and pursue her passions.

Penning a letter to her future self for Vogue, she wrote: “Remember years ago, watching your dear friend Elton John on stage in Las Vegas. He performed ‘Tiny Dancer’, as if it were the first time, and you realised this was like oxygen for him.

“It was a life-changing moment – while singing and dancing was fun for you, it wasn’t your passion. That day, you started your quest to uncover your own dreams – it was time to step away from being a Spice Girl.”


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