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Wednesday, August 22, 2007
  Can Posh Spice Sing?

With the Spice Girls reunion coming up soon, I've been wondering lately how much Posh Spice really sang. When I listen to Spice Girls songs, I can recognize the voices of Melanie B (Scary Spice) and Melanie C (Sporty Spice), and also Baby Spice. I think I can also identify Ginger Spice most of the time, which of course will tell me if Posh sings by process of elimination. But it's still oddly hard to figure out. I think that Baby, Ginger, and Posh's voices are very similar, with Posh's being the least identifiable -- to me, anyway. So it's hard to figure out when she is actually singing. Most of their videos make it pretty confusing by the way they are cut. It looks like they might have been trying to cover up that she didn't really sing very much. For instance, the video for Say You'll Be There.

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Comments:
What, exactly is characteristic of "ginger" in this complement?

I was noticing that all the other spices are qualities. Scary, sporty, posh, baby. They are ways people act.

So, how does a ginger act?
 
A ginger is "lively and energetic". (See definitions of the word, "ginger".)
 
Also, Wikipedia has some audios of her singles: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Posh_spice#Singles.
 
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