The PPL music licensing firm has crowned 'Who Do You Think You Are' as the most popular Spice Girls ahead of 'Wannabe'.
'Who Do You Think You Are' has been named the most played Spice Girls song.
The music licensing company Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL) has unveiled the most popular hits by the iconic girl group to coincide with the 25th anniversary of mega-hit 'Wannabe'.
And 'Who Do You Think You Are' beat 'Wannabe' to first place in the list, with the latter coming in at number two.
Both singles featured on the chart-topping band's 1996 debut studio album, 'Spice'.
In third place is 'Stop' from 1997's follow-up 'Spiceworld'.
And '2 Become 1' and 'Say You'll Be There' from 'Spice' hold the fourth and fifth spot, respectively.
'Spice Up Your Life', 'Goodbye', 'Mama', 'Viva Forever' and 'Too Much' complete the top 10.
YouTube put 'Wannabe' at the top of their list, with a whopping 524,000,000 views, as did Spotify, with 600 million streams recorded.
On Friday (09.07.21), the Spice Girls - comprising Mel B, Emma Bunton, Melanie C, Geri Horner, and Victoria Beckham - are releasing their first new song since 2007 to celebrate the anniversary of their debut single.
The girls are marking the special date by bringing out the 'Wannabe25' EP - which will be available to buy and stream from July 9 - which includes the original version of the number one hit that launched Girl Power in July 1996, a remix by Junior Vasquez, a previously unheard demo of 'Wannabe' and ballad 'Feed Your Love' which features all five original members on vocals and was recorded when they were younger.
The previously unreleased song - which was shelved back in the 90s - was written by the Spice Girls and 'Wannabe' co-writers Richard 'Biff' Stannard and Matt Rowe.
Vasquez's remix was originally released as a bonus track on the '2 Become 1' single which was a number one record in the UK in 1996 and a hit all over the world for the band.
To celebrate the anniversary, the group have also launched the #IAmASpicGirl campaign.
Through the campaign, the band are inviting all fans to take a trip down memory lane and share their stories to be featured on the Spice Girls website and socials as part of the celebration. Fans can send in their videos and messages via socials using the #IAMASPICEGIRL or send to [email protected]
The group said: "The Spice Girls belong to everyone and that’s why we want to mark 25 years of ‘Wannabe’ by celebrating our incredible fans."
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