This is a musical I need to see! #GirlPower
Mel B. rocked a super sexy pair of metallic spiked pumps by Christian Louboutin that played well off of her grey snakeskin cocktail dress by Lanvin. Despite the fact that Mel is a very toned woman, I still think this dress may have been a bit too clingy in unwanted areas. For example, I can totally see her belly button. Oh, and I wish she had worn her hair out.
Formerly known as Sporty Spice, long gone were Mel C.’s ponytail, sports bras and track pants. For this press call, Melanie let her long tresses cascade over a soft white layered “Barika” halterneck maxi dress from Acne.
Totally embracing her alter-ego, Emma looked beautiful in her babydoll navy blue long sleeve dress. A bow sat at the empire waist, while her tanned legs got a boost from blue and white print “Manhattan” slingback platform Brian Atwood sandals.
Victoria was as posh as ever in a black military dress from her own Fall 2012 runway collection. With an unkempt, high-volume ponytail, she finished off her look with a gold watch and a pair of open toe, black leather Tom Ford boots.
The five sassy ladies posed with the two main women behind this project, Jennifer Saunders — who wrote the musical — and producer Judy Craymer. FYI: Jennifer actually had a small part in the 1997 film “Spice World” as a party-goer.
Remember that “manta ray” scene?
Are you excited to see the world of the Spice Girls brought to the stage? Zig-a-zig-ah!