Victoria Beckham confesses she was hungover as she storms off stage in resurfaced Spice Girls interview
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Victoria Beckham has made a candid confession about an old interview with her band Spice Girls, which has resurfaced online.
Posh Spice, 46, was seen looking stoney faced and with her head in her hands before making a quick exit while the rest of her band members Emma Bunton, Mel B, Geri Halliwell and Mel C answered questions in the clip.
The footage of the interview, thought to have been filmed around 1997, has since resurfaced online more than 20 years later.
A meme Instagram account Saint Hoax shared the old clip and gave it a modern twist as they wrote on top: “Victoria is me on every Zoom call”.
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Victoria, who recently shared a sneak peek inside her kitchen, caught wind of the reemerged video and made a confession to fans.
As she shared the video on her own Instagram story with her 28million fans, she saw the funny side as she added two laughing face emojis on top of the clip.
Victoria, who recently shared a hilarious behind-the-scenes clip of her family Christmas photo, then added below: “In my defence I was really hungover!”
Posh was part of the Spice Girls from 1994 until 2001 when the group split and she launched her solo career.
And that isn’t the only revelation to come form Victoria’s music career this year as Dane Bowers, who she collaborated with for the song Out Of Your Mind, previously revealed the pair were “p**sed out of their brains” during their performances.
Dane spilled all on what it was like performing and partying with Victoria 20 years ago.
He told The Sun: “We were p***ed out of our brains. I don’t think we ever performed when we weren’t drunk.
“We got trains all over the UK to various gigs and we were always on the vodka or champagne.
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“One time, we were travelling to Newcastle and Victoria and I left first class to party with our dancers in another carriage. Music was being blasted out. It was one big party.
“A train guard came over and told us to pipe down but Victoria just sweet-talked him, saying ‘Have a drink with us’.
“We had to go on stage and we were thinking, ‘S**t, we’re drunk’.”
Dane also quipped that Victoria had a better talent for drinking than singing.
He added: “She used to say to me: ‘I’m no Mariah Carey’ and I would agree. She wasn’t amazing but she could hold a tune. Victoria was a much better drinker.”
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