Emma Bunton went to the BBC Radio Two Studios on February 27 and gave her first live performance to her single “Baby Please Don’t Stop” from her new solo album My Happy Place.
True to her Spice Girls moniker, Emma arrived at the studio wearing a baby pink shirt, a baby blue jacket and white jeans.
The 43-year-old also sported newly-dyed light pink hair.
Emma reflected on rising to fame young on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Club. “I mean, I was 19, and that’s why I think this album to me is so important because I’ve got different priorities. My kids, my family is so important,” she said.
She continued, “This is like a sprinkle on the cake – it just makes It just extra special, I think.”
Despite her adventure as a solo artist Emma said she’s excited about the Spice Girls' upcoming tour. “I can’t wait for rehearsals to start,” she admitted.
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