Spice Girls ‘mortified’ by leak of hidden X-rated track

The cheeky song emerged after nearly three decades in the vault

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The Spice Girls were reportedly mortified after their infamous unreleased song with an X-rated title leaked online.

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Their cheeky track “CU Next Tuesday” emerged after nearly three decades of hiding, the British The sun reported Thursday.

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The publication said teammates Mel B, 47, Mel C, 48, Victoria Beckham, also 48, Emma Bunton, 46, and Geri Horner, 50, are « baffled » by the « major breach of the security” after uploading the song this week.

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« The Spice Girls are all in a very different place in their lives now than they were when this song was first written as a tongue-in-cheek piece in the 90s, » a music insider said. The sun.

« It’s obviously a little embarrassing given the goofy title, because they wouldn’t use the C-word in their own lives.

« It’s a bit of a mystery how he got out, but they’re not going to dwell on that.

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« The band have other projects they’re looking forward to in 2023, so focus on them and hope this song – which they never particularly enjoyed – is forgotten. »


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The hidden track was written and recorded 27 years ago for their debut album Spice up but the band hated it so much they refused to include it as a bonus track when re-issuing their debut record in 2021.

It is understood that the Spice Girls believe it would be a pointless waste of time trying to track down the source of the leak.

Fans have known about the song’s existence for years as the band have mentioned it in interviews, but it appears to be the first time it’s been publicly leaked.

Mel C said, « ‘CU Next Tuesday’ was never used because it’s a bunch of s—. »

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