Spice Girls ‘Wannabe’ Remake Empowers Girls; Will Reunion Concert Finally Happen?
Twenty years after Spice Girls made a debut via their single “Wannabe,” a different twist to the song has been released.Advertisement
While the lyrics of the song basically talk about the requirements set by a woman before a man gets her “yes,” the new version of the music video presented a deeper meaning as it tackles various social issues.
Moreover, the new “Wannabe” clip features young women from all over the world to further emphasize the call to end violence against women and children and further promote equality.
According to CBS News, the charity organization behind it, Project Everyone, explained that the song of Spice Girls was used to raise awareness on the different issues affecting women and young girls throughout the globe.
“In 2015 world leaders promised to put girls and women first when they signed up to the Sustainable Development Goals to end poverty, fix climate change and tackle inequalities,” the statement from Project Everyone read.
The organization noted that by coming up with the new version of “Wannabe,” they can ensure that world leaders and the Secretary General of the United Nations get to listen to what the women and girls “really really want.”
In the meantime, with the remake of their single, will Spice Girls finally decide to push through with their reunion concert?
Will fans see Melanie Brown, Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm and Geri Halliwell perform in one stage once again?
As narrated by Mirror UK, only three of them, Geri, Mel B and Emma, have shown interest to be part of the reunion.
Accordingly, Victoria and Mel C have already turned down the plan.
“Mel C has been telling friends it’s not happening – not for the anniversary and not next year,” a source dished. “She’s not interested in revisiting the band, and neither is Victoria.”
But who knows, the Spice Girls may eventually decide to go on with the reunion show as they possibly got inspired by the remake of their single “Wannabe.”