British girl group THE Spice Girls have been voted the top cultural icon of the 1990s in a new survey. The WANNABE hitmakers, who formed in 1993 and disbanded in 2000, won eighty per cent of the votes, beating out competition from late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, who committed suicide in 1994. The third most popular cultural icon of the decade in the Trivial Pursuit poll of 1,000 people was model/actress Elizabeth Hurley, who shot to fame after wearing her safety pin Versace dress to the London premiere of Four Weddings And A Funeral, which starred her then-boyfriend Hugh Grant.