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Mel B takes aim at Victoria Beckham with Halloween costume

Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 1 November 2018
Mel B takes aim at Victoria Beckham with Halloween costumeEven with reunion rumours at a fever pitch, the Spice Girls bickering continues.
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News video: Mel B Isn't Happy With Victoria Beckham

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It sounds like a new celebrity feud is brewing. Looks like Victoria Beckham is not going to be part of any reunion tour.

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