Spice Girls LEGO: UK release date of Wannabe stars as Brickheadz figurines, images and how much do they cost
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A Brickheadz Lego set has been created to celebrate iconic girl group, the Spice Girls..
Mel B, Melanie C, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Victoria Beckham have all been made in to Brickheadz so that you can play with Lego while listening to the songs from one of the most influential girl bands in music history.
The famous girl group shot to fame in 1994, and though they split in 2001 they have reunited a few times over the last 20 years - most notably at the he 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony, and they also delighted fans by embarking on a 25th anniversary world tour in 2021, minus Victoria who was said to want to focus on her fashion label.
Why has the set been created?
The Spice Girls tribute has been created to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the band’s album SpiceWorld which was released in 1997 and included hits such as ‘Spice Up Your Life’ and ‘Viva Forever’.
The set pays homage to the band’s performance of ‘Wannabe’ and ‘Who Do you Think You Are’ at the Brits in 1997, so get ready for some serious nostalgia when you build and play with this 578 piece set.
Fans of Scary Spice, Sporty Space, Baby Spice, Ginger Spice and Posh Spice will recognise signature details in each of their figurines such as Geri’s iconic Union Jack dress and Mel B’s animal print catsuit.
They don’t come on their own, of course, there’s also microphones included so you can set the band up for concert performances too.
Each figure stands on a baseplate so they are sturdy and stable and won’t fall over. The models measure over 3 in. (8 cm) high, 1 in. (5 cm) wide and 1 in. (5 cm) deep.
Can the set be pre-ordered, and how much does it cost?
Sadly, the set can’t be pre-ordered, but it will be available to buy from Tuesday 1 March, so fans of the Spice Girls won’t have long to wait to get their hands on one and begin building.
You can click below to buy your set, which costs £44.99.
If you really, really want you’ll also be able to enter a sweepstake on Lego VIP to win a signed set.
This 578-piece set is ideal for Spice Girls fans aged 16 and up comes with step-by-step building instructions.
The figurine set is available to buy from March 1.