The Spice Girls are BRIT Award winners again - the group's 1997 performance of WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE has earned them the Best BRITs Performance of the Last 30 Years prize at the 2010 ceremony.
Viewers of British news show GMTV were asked to vote for their favourite BRITs moment to mark 30 years of the awards, and the Spice Girls' 13-year-old showstopper came out on top, opening Tuesday night's (16Feb10) event in London.
The raunchy routine, which introduced the world to Geri Halliwell's notorious Union Jack mini-dress, beat out performances from the likes of Sir Paul MCCartney, the Pet Shop Boys and Robbie Williams and Tom Jones' bizarre Full Monty duet in 1998.
Collecting the award from BRITs host Peter Kay, Halliwell and Melanie Brown thanked fans for their unwavering support.
U.K. rapper Dizzee Rascal won the night's second honour, Best British Male.
Lily Allen opened the show with a performance of The Fear.