A stylish '90s icon is coming back to "spice up your life." On Wednesday, March 29, Victoria Beckham teased her Carpool Karaoke appearance on Snapchat. The sing-along segment from James Corden's The Late Late Show has featured everyone from Mariah Carey to Bruno Mars belting out a medley of their biggest hits, while cruising around town with the late night comedian.
However, it's doubtful the rest of the Spice Girls will jump in the backseat. The fashion designer told the Today show on March 17 their knockout 2012 performance at the London Olympics closing ceremony was the pinnacle of their professional lives:
"There won't be a reunion because I think that when we performed at the Olympics, it was so great and that was us celebrating everything that we'd achieved. I still talk to all the other girls, we're still very close, but I think that you need to know when it's time to say, 'That was great, we achieved a lot,' and everybody moves on."
Yet this accomplishment hasn't stopped the rumor mill from spinning top secret plots of another Spice Girls reunion. While Melanie Brown (Scary Spice) confirmed that she, Emma Bunton (Baby Spice), and Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice) are planning on some sort of reunion in September of last year, they haven't made clear what exactly it will be. British publication The Sun reported that they will perform at Hyde Park at some point in 2017 to commemorate the Spice Girls 21st anniversary, but until a concert is confirmed by one of the Spices, Posh's Carpool Karaoke will have to do.
Now, surely you're wondering, how can Posh Spice pull this off without Baby, Ginger, Scary, and Sporty? Of course, fans "Wannabe" serenaded to the harmonies of "Say You'll Be There" or wait for the inevitable moment when Cordon pulls up to an intersection to sing "Stop."
But the 42-year-old also has some songs of her own up her always fashionable sleeves. The mother of four released one, self-titled solo album in 2001, according to Billboard. There's always a chance Beckham will sing "Not Such an Innocent Girl" or "A Mind of Its Own."
Beckham already appeared on The Late Late Show on Wednesday alongside actors Lisa Kudrow and Jessica Chastain. The three played another one of Corden's games "Flinch," in which fruit is thrown at their faces from a high-powered cannon while they stand behind plexiglass. However, since she didn't let the date of her Carpool Karaoke debut slip, Posh fans will just have to wait and see when the stylish star pops in Corden's passenger's seat.