Though she was one-fifth of Britain's biggest '90s pop girl band, Victoria Beckham was reportedly out of her element during her Spice Girl days.
"She never felt comfortable," said the band's former manager Simon Fuller (the TV producer behind the Pop Idol and American Idol franchise). The entertainment mogul gave an inside look at the girl group during the Business Innovation Awards this week.
"Even in the Spice Girls—it was great fun, she was in the world's biggest group for two or three years—but she didn't feel comfortable. She could sing pretty well, she could dance pretty well, but she always felt uncomfortable," he added.
Towards her last days as Posh Spice, Beckham started to distance herself from the group and pursue other projects, which ultimately led to a career in fashion. According to Fuller, her current post as a designer for her own eponymous label somewhat takes root in her Spice Girls character.
"She was called Posh Spice because she always wore the best dresses and she knew everything about clothes. I said, 'You should be in fashion. You should be a designer'," Fuller added.
With the development of her line, the possibility of a complete Spice Girls reunion has become less likely. Beckham has even turned down the idea of the group getting back together, and Mel C (Sporty Spice) recently announced that she'd be doing the same.
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