Victoria Beckham Makes £2million From Spice Girls Reunion Tour Without Singing

Victoria Beckham’s company has made £2million in three years from the Spice Girls reunion – without her singing a note.

Her firm Moody Productions earned £703,000 in 2021 and £403,000 in 2020.

And, in 2019 – when Posh didn’t join Scary Mel B, Sporty Mel C, Baby Emma Bunton and Ginger Geri Horner for their reunion tour – it made a cool £1million.

Posh is still a band member but doesn’t have to sing for her supper because Moody Productions is entitled to a cut of the takings for endorsements, licensing deals and merchandising generated by gigs.

Accounts filed last week show it paid £140,637 in Corporation Tax for 2021 from income, meaning the firm earned £703,000 from the Spicy back catalogue.

The Spice Girls have notched up nine UK No1s and have sold more than 100 million records since 1994 to make them the best-selling girl group of all time.

But when they kicked off their Spice World Tour in Dublin, in May 2019, Posh was a no-show because of commitments to her fashion business – which this week posted annual losses of £6.3million.

The more lucrative Moody Productions accounts reveal Posh has had more than £5million of loans from it over the years.

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