Victoria Beckham Explains Spice Girls Exit Motivated By Elton John

Lula Sharp
January 13, 2021

Victoria Beckham attend the Argento Ball for the Elton John AIDS Foundation in association with BVLGARI & Bob and Tamar Manoukian on June 27, 2018 in Windsor, England. "It was time to step away from being a Spice Girl".

Victoria Beckham has shared that it was Elton John who helped her realise that she was not meant to be a singer and it was time to quit her music career.

'Remember years ago, while watching your friend Elton John on stage in Las Vegas. He sang "Tiny Dancer" like it was the first time and you realized it was like oxygen to him, " she began, referring to herself in the second person. It was a life changing moment-while singing and dancing was fun for you, it was not your passion.

Victoria Beckham, also known as Posh Spice in the band Spice Girl, has recently revealed what drove her decision to step away from being part of one of the world's biggest bands in the 90s.

In the letter, the mom of four noted she then "started your quest to uncover your own dreams".

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She admitted that at the time, closing such a massive chapter in her life that defined her in such a way, was terrifying. You always look beyond conventional wisdom to chart your own path.

Yes, you read that right! But yeah, we might have to get her hypnotised.

Victoria talked about running her fashion empire and how the pandemic has caused some challenges.

Adding that Victoria "really found it hard", in reference to "the first night, when the pictures" of the reunion meeting "were beamed all over the world". "So we'll keep working on her". I have to say, and I feel like she's coming around. She didn't join them in their 2016 reunion or the 2019 concert tour. It was nearly impossible to create such a business during the pandemic ... but I know you, and you will use this experience to grow in the future.

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