Four members of the Spice Girls have reunited in the video for former bandmate Mel C's latest video.
Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner will have cameos alongside Mel C for singer's crowdsourced visuals for Room For Love.
Mel B is only Spice Girl who doesn't feature in the video which is comprised of crowd footage from a Mel C concert and snippets of fans and stars from across the world performing into their phones.
Beckham makes a love heart with her hands, while Bunton sings along to the new track during the video.
Mel C said it was a "shame" that the original quintet could not get back together for the video, as her namesake, Mel B, is not involved.
The 43-year-old said: "I don't want it to look negative because it's not, it's not a big deal, I reached out to lots of other people and everyone's busy.
"She didn't get round to doing it and obviously it does concern me... I think people will pick up on that but I don't want anything to be made of it."
"Having four of the Spice Girls in it is really special. Geri's in there briefly, Emma's done a really lovely one and last but not least Victoria Beckham found time to do a little one for me."
Other stars to appear in the video include Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia and Scottish solo artist KT Tunstall.
Mel C said she was inspired to create the project create the video following a performance in Brazil.
The singer said there were no plans for a full Spice Girls reunion "in the pipeline" after she rejected the chance to join Horner, Bunton and Mel B in a 20th anniversary celebration of Wannabe last summer.
She said performing as a four-piece would not have done "the band or fans justice" after Beckham opted against joining the comeback.
But she added: "I just didn't feel like it was right and so if everyone was feeling it at some point, I'm not against the idea.
"But I think it would have to be all five really."