Victoria Beckham: Singing and dancing were not my passion

Lawrence Kim
January 13, 2021

She also wrote about her time in the Spice Girls. "He performed "Tiny Dancer", as if it were the first time, and you realised this was like oxygen for him", she mused. It was a life-changing moment - while singing and dancing was fun for you, it wasn't your passion, "Victoria wrote in the letter".

Victoria Beckham wrote an in-depth letter to her future self, in which she candidly opened up about running a fashion business amid the coronavirus pandemic, the moment she knew it was time to walk away from her Posh Spice persona and more. It was time to stop being a Spice Girl.

She continued, "That day you began your quest to discover your own dreams".

Melanie C spoke with Apple's Zane Lowe during a January 10 appearance on his show and said she believes Beckham "is coming around" to the idea of one more reunion tour.

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Victoria Beckham has shared that it was Elton John who helped her realise that she was not meant to be a singer. Pic Getty Images
Victoria Beckham has shared that it was Elton John who helped her realise that she was not meant to be a singer. Pic Getty Images

"You always look beyond the conventional wisdom to pave your path".

She told Zane Lowe on the latest episode of "Essentials Radio" on Apple Music 1, "We found it hard previous year, and we did miss her. And it's so important to us that she is happy with everything".

While Victoria did have her fair shot at a solo career once the Spice Girls split in 2000, her name was always more prominent in the fashion industry than the music industry.

Adding that Victoria "really found it hard", in reference to "the first night, when the pictures" of the reunion meeting "were beamed all over the world". She summed up her feelings by saying she didn't feel like she belonged anymore.

"The thing is now, we have come to this point in our lives where we do, we really respect each other. But just between you and me".

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