Geri Horner showed off her artistic skills as she took a spray can to her car, joking that her new business is ready for customers.
Taking to Instagram, the Spice Girl shared a glimpse of her artistic skills on a graffiti-covered car – sharing a tribute to her musical days with ‘Ginger’ scrawled on the back window.
The Wannabe singer was clearly thrilled by her paint job, and was seen standing on top of the vehicle in spotless white overalls.
Alongside the upload, she penned: ‘Open for business – if your car needs a makeover?
‘This old banger has been with me since the beginning and she’s taken some hits #Pimpmyride.’
We’re not too sure Pimp My Ride host Xzibit is shaking in his front seat, to be honest…
Aside from decorating cars, Geri might have a very busy time ahead of her, as bandmate Mel C teased that they were hoping Victoria Beckham would return to the Spice Girls for a full girlband reunion.
The Say You’ll Be There stars reunited as a four-piece without Posh Spice for a sell-out tour across the UK and Ireland, in 2019.
Chatting about the reunion, Mel C confessed that they all ‘really missed her’ on stage.
Speaking to Zane Lowe on a recent episode of Essentials Radio on Apple Music 1, she explained: ‘Yeah, it’s hard. We found it hard last year and we did really miss her. But you’re right, we’re still really close.
‘She was very involved in the creative and everything that we were doing in the show. And I think she really found it difficult.
‘That first night, when the pictures were beamed all over the world, it was hard for her. And we’re hoping it was hard enough to bring her back.’
Insisting she doesn’t want Victoria to agree to do something that she’s not comfortable with, Mel joked: ‘But yeah, we might have to get her hypnotised.
‘I have to say, I feel like she’s coming around. So we’ll keep working on her.’
Maybe Geri can decorate Victoria’s car as a gift?
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