Spice Girls have begun the series of promotion for their Greatest Hits. The reunited girls will shoot the music video of the album's first single, 'Headlines', this week in London before taking on the documentary that will follow them throughout the reunion journey.
The clip is reportedly directed by Anthony Mandler (Black Eyed Peas, Rihanna) and shot at Pinewood Studios, London. U.K. tabloid, The Sun, reported that the set will be in a living room decorated with chandeliers and black paint.
The video is slated to be premiered on BBC on Friday, November 2, in line with Children in Need Night exclusive. Meanwhile, the single will be released on November 20 with the song 'W.O.M.A.N' as the B-side. Amazon.com has put up the digital download of the song both in radio version as well as the CD version.
On related news, member Victoria Adams has allegedly only been given four lines in the song. Her solo line reportedly only lasts 15 seconds while her bandmates took most of the parts. A spokesman for the band insisted, "The verses have all been shared out equally among the five members and they all sing together on the chorus."
'Greatest Hits' will be dropped in U.S. on November 13, exclusively via Victoria's Secret retails.