Victoria Beckham backs feminist remake of Spice Girls’ Wannabe

Emma Watson, Amanda Abbingdon, Jamie Oliver, Tanya Burr and more are supporting the #WhatIReallyReallyWant campaign on social media


Victoria Beckham is backing a new video which uses 1996 chart topper Wannabe to promote a feminist message. 


The footage, which features Jacqueline Fernandez, Seyi Shay, Gigi Lamayne, Moneoa, M.O., Taylor Hatala and Larsen Thompson singing and dancing along to the popular track, has been released by The Global Goals, an organisation championing global action for women and girls. 

And Posh Spice herself is a fan, writing on her official Facebook page: “20 years on – Girl Power being used to empower a new generation. I’m so proud of The Global Goals ‪#‎WhatIReallyReallyWant‬.” 

A number of other celebrities, including Emma Watson, Jamie Oliver, Tanya Burr and Sherlock’s Amanda Abbingdon have also shared support for Global Goals on social media. 

“Girl power has come a long way. Let’s take it further,” says the video, adding: “Share a picture of #WhatIReallyReallyWant and we’ll pass it to world leaders at the United Nations in September.” 

“2016 is our chance to use our collective power and tell world leaders what we really really want for girls and women. If you make the noise, we’ll get your message to world leaders at the UN in September. The Global Goals will only ever be achieved if governments, businesses, communities and YOU invest in girls and women.”


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