Victoria Beckham is not comfortable singing. In fact, her microphone was turned off during Spice Girls concerts.

“They used to turn it off and just let the others sing,” Beckham revealed in an interview with Claudia Winkleman at the Vogue 100: A Century of Style exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London this week, The Telegraph wrote.

But Beckham, who was known as “Posh Spice” during her Spice Girls days, doesn’t seem to mind it now. “I got the last laugh – and now my mic is well and truly on, finally,” she said.

Beckham said she lacks confidence on stage unlike her bandmates Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Halliwell, and Emma Bunton, Inquisitr wrote.

While the other Spice Girls wore big and bulky boots or sneakers, Posh Spice she wore her “little Gucci dresses” and stilettos, which gave her trademark of being a fashionista. However, Victoria Beckham also revealed that the “little Gucci dress” was not always a little Gucci dress. The first dress she wore as a Spice Girl was a little black Miss Selfridge dress.

“I was always the one that loved fashion and it was quite a result for me because the girls always used to get their clothes for free because they were crap and so there was a lot of budget for me to have my little Gucci dress,” Beckham said.

Now that the 20th anniversary of the Spice Girls debut album “Spice” is approaching, there has been speculation of reunion tour. However, at least two former members are not on board.

Mail Online reported that Beckham has ruled herself out of any Spice Girls reunion concert so she can focus on her booming fashion business, while Melanie Chisholm, aka Sporty Spice, is also resisting a reunion tour because she wants to concentrate on her own solo career.

Mel B,a.k.a “Scary Spice,” recently confirmed that they were already planning a tour. “It’s a never-ending question. The thing is we are in talks with each other, closely about this reunion,”‘ she said on an Allegedly podcast.

Spice Girls debut album, “Spice” was released on September 19, 1996. More than 30 million copies of the album were sold worldwide and became the best-selling album by a female group in history.