Spice Girls fans shocked as never before demos fetch thousands on eBay

THE Spice Girls will be ready to cringe after a rare vinyl of unheard demos leaked online.

The 12-inch disc of unreleased studio sessions has fetched bids of up to £7,100 on eBay.

A recording of unreleased Spice Girls studio sessions has been put up for sale on eBay


A recording of unreleased Spice Girls studio sessions has been put up for sale on eBayPhoto credit: Reuters

The vinyl, titled ‘Woman’, ‘Too Hot’ and ‘Go, Go, Go’, garnered more than 80 bids in two days before being pulled from the site last night.

But the songs have since been shared illegally on the internet.

The tracks were probably made for the 2000 album Forever.

But their emergence could embarrass band members Victoria Beckham, 49, Melanie C, 49, Emma Bunton, 47, and Mel B, 47.

They have previously said their unreleased music is not good enough to share.

Missing from the tracks is Geri Halliwell, 50, who left the group in 1998 before recording.

A source said: “It’s unclear how anyone got their hands on this vinyl but they shouldn’t be selling it.

“The content should never have been released and it is unfair to the group to share these unfinished songs as it is against their will.”

last december, Another tricky demo called CU Next Tuesday popped up online.

In 2019, the group reunited for a sold-out stadium tour without Victoria Beckham.

But in January, Mel C said plans to perform at Glastonbury “no longer suit the girls”.

Emma James

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