Spice Girls Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Spice Girls Quotes from famous persons: Kim Petras, Victoria Beckham, Mel B, Olly Alexander, Siobhan Fahey. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Spice Girls Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

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Pop music means everything to me. I’ve been listening to pop since I was kid, running home from school to watch Britney Spears and Spice Girls and Christina Aguilera music videos, and it felt like it was a world to escape to for me personally.
The first dress that I wore in the Spice Girls, which everybody thought was a little black Gucci dress, was actually from Miss Selfridge – it wasn’t a little black Gucci dress.
Whether I was dancing around the house with headphones on or on stage with the Spice Girls… I learned firsthand that dancing was the key to shedding off the pounds and keeping them off.
I grew up loving artists like the Spice Girls and Britney Spears – artists who seemed to live this fantasy lifestyle, and I remember always wanting to join these fantasy people in that world.
I absolutely hate Take That, East 17, the Spice Girls.
I am such a huge Spice Girls fan: always have been and always will be.
As far as people whose style interests me, I’d say Grace Kelly, Gwen, Spice Girls, Victoria Beckham, and that nanny called Fran.
Of course, I loved the Spice Girls. I loved Geri and Baby, but who liked Posh Spice? They said I looked like her, and I said: ‘That’s not cool, that’s really mean.’
’90s fashion is awesome. Best of both worldsyou had power pop, like the Spice Girls and Shampoo. But then you had Nirvana and Hole. And you also had ’90s dance music like N-Trance, who kind of blended both.
I’m a ’90s kid, so I loved ‘NSync and the Spice Girls.
When I was about 13, and I would write in my journal, I’d be like, ‘I just watched ‘Spice World,’ the Spice Girls movie, and I loved it.’ Sometimes I would sign them with the name Xen.
Ever since I was little, I looked up to Destiny‘s Child so much; I looked up to the Spice Girls and En Vogue. A piece of me wanted to be in a girl group.
S Club 7, in some ways, was a continuation of some of the things I’d have liked to have done with the Spice Girls. It was also a shift in tone. S Club was this equality of boys and girls, very positive, very uplifting, didn’t have the edge of the Spice Girls. I didn’t want to repeat it.
Simon Fuller
I look up to the Spice Girls. I love the fact they’re still close; they went after what they wanted but still support each other.
I love dressing up. As kids, my friends and I would dress up as the Spice Girls – Posh Spice was my favourite because I had short brown hair like her.
When I was 17, my sister and I used to drive back from school in her car and sing the Spice Girls’ chartbusters from the ’90s at the top of our voices.
I had everything you could collect. I had these Spice Girls postcards. I also had the stickers and Barbie girls. I had all five of them. I was a real fangirl. They were actually preaching some cool stuff, the thing about girl power and sticking together with your best girlfriends.
I was obsessed with the Spice Girls! I always wanted to be Sporty. Or Posh, but I wasn’t pretty enough.
I was always into punk, ever since I was 13, but I was into other stuff, too – like, well, the Spice Girls. I really liked Scary Spice.
Alice Dellal
The Spice Girls are very lucky and very overrated. None of them can sing and their music is not half as good as Girls Aloud‘s.
I was signed to a record label when I was younger. I was in a group, and I just wasn’t – personally, I wasn’t ready to get out there. I don’t know. It was a pop group. Not like the Spice Girls, but when you don’t have any control over anything, it’s disheartening.
I wouldn’t say there’s a need for the Spice Girls, but I’d say there’s a place for the Spice Girls. There’s certainly a place for them, but you don’t promote the Spice Girls at the expense of promoting what I think are good role models for girls. You need to create some kind of equality.
I really like the Nineties! I want to bring back more of the Nineties, like the ‘Spice Girls’, ‘Empire Records‘, Chloe Sevigny. I don’t think anyone really gave it enough credit.
In 1997, we took time off, and that’s when Oasis broke and Princess Diana died and I was home with my baby hating the music industry. People asked what I thought about the Spice Girls, and honestly, I was so happy to tell them I couldn’t be bothered to care.
A lot of people have been quite surprised with the stuff that I’m doing on my own, which shocks me because I’ve always known what I wanted to do. But people have only seen me with the Spice Girls, so I suppose it’s not that surprising.
Melanie Chisholm
Although we were The Spice Girls of 1984 in Europe, My work has never been widely promoted in the U.S.
Holly Johnson
No one talks about woman power. The Spice Girls – they’re masquerading as little girls. It’s repulsive.
The first album I bought was the Spice Girls, ha ha.
I once wore bright orange flares with a Spice Girls t-shirt. Let’s hope that’s a look I’ll never revisit.
I’m always down for a Spice Girls reunion. I love the Scary hair and platforms. Any time of day or night I’ll be there.
Watch MTV and you can see what the music scene is like in England. The Spice Girls? Not a lot of creativity in the commercial area. There are still great musicians in England, but not a lot being heard that much.
I got into music around the age of eight years old, and I think the reason why was because I discovered the Spice Girls. I fell in love with them, and it was the first time I ever felt like the music was just directed to me.
I was in the playground, like, ‘Let’s imitate the Spice Girls and form a girl group!’ I would go home and sing into my hairbrush and act like Britney Spears. I was no Mozart.
My daughters related to something in the Spice Girls that made them feel better about being female. They truly started to believe girls could do anything. They could be fat, thin, anything they wanted to be.
I love love songs. But I love pop music as well: Girls Aloud, Kylie, the Spice Girls, East 17, Mika.