Spice Girls Break Out Throwback Dance Moves At Victoria Beckham's 50th Birthday Party

The Spice Girls partied like it was 1997 this weekend as they sang and danced along to their song, “Stop,” at Victoria Beckham’s 50th birthday party in London.

Members of the iconic girl group — Mel B, Melanie C, Emma Bunton and Geri Halliwell — joined Beckham as they broke out throwback dance moves from the “Spiceworld” track’s music video.

Beckham’s husband, David Beckham, sported a big smile as he filmed the sweet moment. He shared a clip of the interaction Saturday on his Instagram account.

“I mean come on x @victoriabeckham @melaniecmusic @officialmelb @emmaleebunton @gerihalliwellhorner 💚💛🧡💜💙🩵🩷🤍,” he wrote for the post’s caption.

The video comes less than one month after Mel B, in an interview with “Today” show co-hosts Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager, teased that the group has something “very good” in the works.

“This is going to be really good and the fans are going to be really happy about it,” she said.

She was later asked during her “Today” appearance whether fans could catch them on a reunion tour.

“Oh, I’m going to get in trouble. I’m not saying anything. OK, bye,” Mel B said.

The Spice Girls previously reunited without Victoria Beckham to tour in 2019. The original five members haven’t performed together since the closing ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

In 2021, Melanie C told ET that the group “constantly” talks about reuniting, saying, “We did the shows in 2019, the plan was to continue on. Of course, the world has been in such turmoil, but the plan beyond this is to get out there when it’s safe, when we can do it.”

“What’s tough is there’s so many artists that want to get out there, and there’s only so many venues, so we’re all kind of queuing up going, ‘I want to! I want to,’” she said at the time.