If you are old enough to remember the late 1990s then you experienced the massive impact of the group of women who are in the spotlight of this week’s Way Back Wednesday. Indeed, whether you hated their music or were madly in love with their appeal, there was no denying the power of the Spice [...]
Aside from failing to score a hit in the US, life has certainly been working in Rita Ora’s favour. After meeting her idol, Gwen Stefani, on ‘The X Factor (UK)’, the Roc Nation singer shared the spotlight with the Spice Girls on ‘Alan Carr: Chatty Man’.
The music scene today is dominated by a host of sugary Pop acts but this is simply a case of history repeating itself. The sub-genre of Bubblegum Pop rears at least once decade and once of the most notable periods was during the late 1990s, as depicted by this week’s Way Back Wednesday.
Your grandparents had the 1940s and your parents had the 1970s but for many of us, the golden era of music was in the 1990s! Yes, spanning for ten glorious years, that decade was packed with a wide range of talented artists who generated enough classic hits to last us a lifetime.
Stop everything that you’re doing and fall to your knees in the presence of legendary greatness because the Spice Girls have returned! Reuniting as a quintet onstage for the first time in years the iconic girl group rocked the Closing Ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics just moments ago!
The Spice Girls recently reunited to announce their upcoming ‘Viva Forever’ musical but they have dialed up the excitement even further by joining the lineup for the 2012 London Olympics Closing Ceremony. That’s right, the fab five are finally coming back!
The let heavens sing “glory and triumphant” for the Spice Girls have reunited! The biggest-selling girl group of all time met in London at the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel to announce the launch of their upcoming musical ‘Viva Forever’ and they have not aged a day.
The entertainment industry has created and destroyed thousands of stars throughout history yet very few have left a lasting mark on a global scale. Indeed, only a small group of incredible artists have dominated the media in such a way that their impact defines them as nothing less than pop culture phenomenons.