New Spice Girls documentary will include 'archive footage' and 'revealing interviews' from the band

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  • A new Spice Girls documentary will be released by UK TV network Channel 4.
  • The documentary will reportedly air in 2021 to celebrate 25 years since the release of the group's debut song, Wannabe.
  • It will include "archive footage" and "revealing interviews".


UK TV network Channel 4 has announced that they will air a Spice Girls documentary that will tell the "complete story" of the popular group.

The series will premiere in 2021 and will celebrate 25 years since the band released their debut track, Wannabe, NME reports. 

According to a tweet shared on Channel 4's account, Posh, Baby, Ginger, Sporty and Scary Spice will tell us what we want (what we really, really, want) to know about the group's rise to stardom. 

"Spice Up Your Life with new documentary 'Girl Powered: The Spice Girls' (w/t). Through archive footage and revealing interviews, this series will tell the complete story of the best-selling girl band of all time," the tweet reads.

The Spice Girls formed in 1994, taking the world by storm with their unique look and sound. Their songs were blasted everywhere, and their merchandise became valued items for fans around the globe. The group has been on hiatus since 2000 with rumours of them getting back together still making the rounds. 

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