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  1. The Spice girl known as Baby, discusses how she felt when little mix acknowledged them, they talk about how it's still shocking that not very few British pop acts made it to the global scale like the Spice girls did, and yet, the British Music industry shut them out on all awards to just local popular acts at the time.. The hosts discuss without the Spice girls, girl groups wouldn't have been a thing, Emma elaborated back in the 90s, nobody believed them, they were told, they would never be cover stars on mags, as Boys sold magazines, and for Geri, she was told the industry never cared about the gays or youth question themselves, as aiming for teenage girls was where the money was at. Obviously all those doors were broken and ceiling's shattered, and oddly this led to uni*** pop bands like S Club 7 and steps, etc, something the US never tried in capitalizing at all during the teen pop mania. UK realized if we have markets for boy bands, and girl bands, you can combine both and get a bigger audience shares, and it worked especially for S club 7 and Steps. @Slayer @Jordan Miller
  2. Congrats to The newly weds Emma has finally married Jade jones after being engaged since 2010, when asked several times when is the wedding she says it will happen on our terms.. The couple have two sons Beau, their oldest was conceived when Emma just announced her intentions to go on tour with the Spice girls in 2007, she had him just two weeks before the tour launched in Vancouver, in the documentary giving you every you can tell Emma was heavily pregnant during interviews and Rehearsals in LA. Their youngest was born in 2011. The couple did a duet for Emma's 4th studio album, a Motown (Classic signature Baby) of you're all I need to get by. @PokemonSpears @Slayer @Jordan Miller
  3. Emma Bunton's 2004 album Free Me will forever be viewed as the third and final best solo Spice album. Joining Geri's Schizophonic and Melanie C's Northern Star as some of the best solo Spice albums, Emma's second, Free Me, brilliantly did what she does best. A highlight of the 98 Spiceworld tour was when Emma covered The Supremes' "Where Did Our Love Go?" Many speculate a 60s type motown album was in her future. It happened. Her second studio album, and just like Victoria Beckham, Emma reunited with Simon Fuller as both manager and on his record label 19 Recordings. 12 songs, one duet with Luis Fonsi (before he became a reggaeton icon, he was viewed as a romantic act Like Julio Iglesias, sr. His early solo music was very much romance theme and passionate love making music), the album houses the best solo Spice Girls solo single to date. Maybe. Many critics hailed it as a proper canon and was one of the best solo Spice albums ever. Oddly after Free Me, both 2006's Life in Mono and 2019's My Happy Place was trashed by fans and critics alike stating that she tried duplicating Free Me. Oddly, her cover of "Don't Call Me Baby" was trashed by the original artists, stating her innocent and sweet personality failed to match the song's aggressive attitude. Even critics agreed her innocent childlike persona was seen as overlooked compared to Victoria's icy stare as Posh, Geri's in your face attitude and brass. Mel B's unapologetic nature and very loud mouth. Even tom boy Melanie C's Sporty Spice persona. All the other girks always overshadowed the sweet and innocent Baby Spice, a fact that still proves today. Given she's not problematic, had any scandals or controversies the way the other girls had. Enjoy The best studio album by a Spice Girl. It produced Four UK top 20 hits, went Gold. Still the only Spice Girl solo album to outsell her previous solo album. No other Spice Girl can say that.. Oddly, Melanie B's Hot was the first solo project to flop. Though Virgin should take responsibility and admit. Releasing Mel B's solo debut a week prior to the Spice Girls' third album was for a lack of better term a career suicide. Most people were more interested in the Spice Girls in the UK rather than a solo Spice album. Don't get me started on Victoria Beckham's only album.
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