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Spice Girls Reunion: Is That What You Really, Really Want? Vote Now!

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Finally the pop phenomenon Britain needed. It’s not too far fetched to say that the Spice Girls rejuvenated the British pop market with a verve and swagger not seen since the days of Beatlemania. True, Britpop was in its pop when they burst onto the scene with their single ‘Wannabe’ making them overnight sensations – becoming household names took a week – but that style while vital to the independently minded was pretty much an all-male preserve. The Spice Girls catered for the all-important younger end of the market, and their parents but it was impossible to escape them or ignore them.

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