Jess Glynne remains in contact with the Spice Girls after acting as their opening act for their 2019 stadium tour.
The singer, now 33, grew up as a die-hard fan of the number-one girl group and recalls the tour fondly.
According to Jess, who will perform at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend in Dundee on Saturday (27.05.23), it was fantastic.
Scotland. That was crazy because I used to be their biggest fan. I owned every single object and photograph.
"I spent time with them; we socialized and remain in contact to this day." It's odd to think they were previously these untouchable dolls in my life.
Other British female singers' success inspires the London-born diva as well.
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she remarked. The fact that so many young females are blossoming is a positive. They don't get nearly enough credit where we came from.