Spice Girls on the Red Carpet

Posted on June 27, 2012

Brace yourselves, world.

 

Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Victoria Beckham of the Spice Girls attend a press launch of new Spice Girls musical ‘I’ll Tell You What I Want What I Really Really Want…’ in London.

Melanie Brown (in Lanvin and Christian Louboutin shoes), Melanie Chisholm (in Acne and Jimmy Choo shoes), and Geri Halliwell (in one of her designs)

Geri Halliwell, Emma Button (in a vintage dress and Brian Atwood heels), and Victoria Beckham (in her own design and Tom Ford boots)

It is absolutely HILARIOUS that every shot can be summed up thusly:

*SMILE!* *SMILE!* *SMILE!* *SMILE!* *pout.*

The other thing, which is only hilarious if it didn’t happen to you, was when Tom said in annoyance, “I have no frikkin’ idea what their old spice names were — SCARY, SPORTY, GINGER, BABY, POSH – Oh fuck. Thanks a lot, brain.”

They look … good? They don’t look bad, exactly. But aside from Vicki, none of them really turned it out, did they? Scary’s dress is fine, but it’s too tight on her and a little serious-looking. Sporty’s is kind of okay. Nothing to write home about and it’s a little shapeless on her. Ginger looks like … well, Ginger, basically. It’s a cute dress. Baby looks like she’s heading off to the office, but we can’t complain because she seems to be the only one who remembered to sport THE Spice Girls iconic item: the hideous bigass platform shoe. Granted, these are positively tiny compared to the shit they were wearing in the ’90s, but at least it makes us think “Ah, there’s a Spice Girl.”

Vicki, is, as she always has been, off in a fashion world of her own. In fact, we’re pretty sure she’s appearing via satellite or something. Or she’s been Photoshopped into the pictures. EXACT same pose and facial expression in each one, bless her bitchy little “What the fuck am I doing here?” heart.

 

[Photo Credit: Getty]

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