Victoria Beckham's days of singing with Spice Girls are behind her as she pursues fashion and beauty

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Victoria Beckham has ruled out the possibility of ever getting back on stage to sing with the British girl group Spice Girls.

The popular 90s group went on tour in 2019, and she wasn't part of it. Victoria has made it quite clear that she will not be a part of it if there is another tour in the works.

In a recent interview on Good Morning America, she set the record straight. 

"The Spice Girls was such a big success and something I enjoyed so much. I think my times of singing on stage are behind me.  

"For me now, I am focusing on fashion and beauty; that is my passion," she says. 

Victoria, Mel B, Mel C, Emma Bunton and Geri Halliwell were quite notable in pop music, and they have respectively gone on to explore their interests. For Victoria, her creative outlet now is fashion and beauty.

Borrowing from one of their hit lyrics from Wannabe, VB says, "I am giving them [fans] what they want, what they really really want."

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"Victoria Beckham Beauty is a passion project for me. Very successful, my community seems to be loving what I am doing," she says.

Her current product, the Cheeky Posh cream blush, is supposedly the hero in the makeup bag and can pick you up and give you a glow. It has five different shades. "Being inclusive is very important for us," Victoria adds.

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The fashionista has been married to David Beckham for 22 years, and this is what she had to say about marriage wisdom.

"I mean, we are very supportive of each other. He is an incredible dad and a wonderful husband. We have a lot of fun and support each other with everything we do. I genuinely enjoy being with him."

Additional Sources: Good Morning America

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