Beckham: 'Spice Girls tour gave me confidence'

Beckham: 'Spice Girls tour gave me confidence'

Victoria Beckham doesn't regret her tour with the Spice Girls, because it boosted her confidence.

The singer-turned-designer admits she often suffers from low self-esteem, but was given a much-needed lift following the band's hugely successful world tour last year.

She says: "It made me cry when I first came out to that reaction When I came out on the first night in Britain and people gave me such an amazing response, I was really touched.

"Ten years ago, I could have crawled on stage and died and I don't think anyone would have noticed."

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