Victoria Beckham hit the decks and sang a song while in a bar in Singapore and shared photographs of her sat on top of a piano.
Victoria Beckham hit the decks and sang a song while in a bar in Singapore.
The former Spice Girl went back to her days as a pop star by spinning some records before grabbing hold of a microphone and sitting on top of a piano to treat fans to a rare performance.
The 40-year-old fashion designer, who has flown to South East Asia to launch her latest fashion collection, shared photographs from the impromptu show on Twitter today (10.05.14).
The star posted: ''Doing my best @samantharonson in Singapore x vb #VBTour,'' accompanied by a photograph of her on the decks.
After changing into a low-key outfit, she added a snap of her sat on top of the piano, being played by close friend and hairstylist Ken Paves, as the pair launched into a duet.
She wrote: ''I hear there might be a reunion! #captain&tenille x vb,'' referring to the American husband and wife recording duo.
Victoria's musical night comes as rumours continue to swirl about the remaining Spice Girls - Mel C, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Gerri Halliwell - heading to Las Vegas for a new residency without Victoria, who has previously stressed she no longer wants to perform.
Mel B also posted a throwback photograph on Friday (09.05.14) on Instagram of the band back in the 1990s with the caption: ''The Spice Girls sold 75 MILLION records... How about that?! #GirlPower #SpiceGirls. (sic)''