Spice Girls have been given their own LEGO figures in tribute to the iconic ’90s girl band.
The new set sees Posh, Baby, Sporty, Scary and Ginger Spice dressed up in their legendary colourful outfits.
Daniel Squirrel, the LEGO designer who created the new Spice Girls figures, said in a statement: “There are few bands that defined pop culture in the same way the Spice Girls did back in the 1990s, and it’s been such fun bringing the band to life.”
He added: “What we really, really wanted was to capture the essence and nostalgia of the Spice Girls, through their iconic looks.”
The LEGO Spice Girls figures cost £49.99 and are available to buy here.
Elsewhere, Mel C has revealed that another Spice Girls reunion might be in the works, saying the group are “constantly” discussing the possibility of more touring.
The nineties icons most recently hit the road in 2019, taking their greatest hits to stadiums across the UK – albeit without Victoria Beckham, who opted to sit out the tour.
“It was always the plan,” she said on a talk show of the band’s continued reunion. “We did these amazing stadium shows two years ago. It was the best thing we’ve ever done. The creative was so incredible. We had the best time.”
She went on to suggest that a first US tour in over a decade would be part of their plans. The singer was promoting the 25th anniversary reissue of ‘Spice’, the group’s 1996 debut album, which racked up four UK number one singles: ‘Wannabe’, ‘Say You’ll Be There’, ‘2 Become 1’ and the double A-side ‘Mama/Who Do You Think You Are’. Released in the UK in October in a range of formats, ‘Spice25’ went in at number five on the albums chart.
Rumours of a fresh reunion first surfaced last month, with The Sun reporting that Mel B, Geri Halliwell and Emma Bunton had met for talks at the Mandeville Hotel in Marylebone, with Mel C joining them via Zoom from Los Angeles. The report suggested that a world tour would get underway in Australia in 2023.