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Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller has revealed for the first time that singer Annie Lennox was secretly one of the architects of the girl group's success.
Fuller explained the Eurythmics star played an important but unheralded role in encouraging the chart-topping group to "ham up" their characters, which helped them top the charts around the world.
He pointed out in a documentary for BBC Radio 2, to air tomorrow at 10pm, that Lennox may not be too happy to have her formative role in shaping the band made public.
Fuller revealed, "Almost directly she was the one who who got them to be louder and more brash and more specific, so Emma, who was the sweet cute blonde girl, became Baby Spice. She just played it and hammed it up - none of these names actually existed, but Annie gave them focus."
X Factor winners Little Mix have become the first British girl group to debut in the US top five beating even the Spice Girls.
The foursome shot into the Billboard chart at number four after selling 50,000 copies of their first release DNA.
They even earned praise from the notoriously hard to please X Factor boss Simon Cowell, who sent an online message saying: "Congratulations Little Mix. Very proud of you."
Little Mix, whose hits include chart-topper Wings, responded to Cowell with a message on Twitter which read: "Thank you so much Simon. Thank you for all your support from day one."
The Spice Girls entered the US chart at number six when they released first album Spice in 1997.
The Spice Girls-inspired musical Viva Forever! is to close after just seven months in the West End.
The show at the Piccadilly Theatre will officially shut at the end of June due to poor ticket sales.
The show's producer Judy Craymer, who previously worked on the smash hit Mamma Mia!, expressed her sadness at the difficult decision citing "very tough economic times" as a key reason behind the closure, but insisted the "legacy of Spice Girls will never fade".
Written by comedian Jennifer Saunders, the show charted the trials and tribulations of wannabe girlband Eternity and featured songs from the Spice Girls.
However, the musical failed to go down well with the critics; the Daily Mail's Quentin Letts labelling the show a "a prize Christmas turkey".
The Spice Girls have thanked fans and the cast for supporting the show, stating that they were "thrilled that the thousands of people who came to the show had as much fun as we did".
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Former pop star Melanie C and Hillsborough campaigner Margaret Aspinall have been recognised as standout mums at a special awards ceremony.Read the full story ›
Mel C says she is "proud and humbled" to win and looking forward to joining the other winners at the awards.Read the full story ›
Emma Bunton made an emotional plea and offered a reward for the safe return of her "beloved" Labrador after the dog went missing.Read the full story ›