We Know Which Spice Girl You Are Based On Your Zodiac Sign

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Everything changed in 1994 when the Spice Girls burst into the pop music scene. The badass British girl group had boys everywhere crushing on them, and girls wanting to be like them. No one was immune to Spicemania, and even today, we're still a little obsessed with them.

We loved every single one of the Spice Girls, and it was hard to pick a favorite, but at the end of the day, we each had one girl that we identified with the most. Mine was Scary Spice a.k.a Mel B, because she was just as eccentric and confident as I was as a preteen.


However, as I got older, I started to realize that my preferences have changed and I may actually relate more to one of the other Spice Girls than I thought. Admit it, the same thing happened to you too. But that's nothing a little bit of astrology can't fix.

Let's find out which Spice Girl you are based on your Zodiac sign:

Baby Spice - Taurus, Gemini & Cancer

As the name suggests, Baby Spice was the youngest of the group, and this was evident through her playfulness, optimism, and innocence. These personality traits make her relatable to those born under signs like Taurus, Gemini and Cancer. Just like Baby Spice, Tauruses are very laid-back, go with the flow type of individuals. While Geminis, despite their split personalities, are often fun-loving and sociable, traits which have been embodied by the blonde Spice Girl. As for Cancers, they're deeply sentimental, emotional and gentle-natured, and like Baby Spice, they see the positive in every situation. This infectious attitude will make you feel better even on your worst days.

Ginger Spice - Leo & Aries

Both Leo and Aries are very strong signs and that is how people born under these signs view themselves. Just like Ginger Spice, Leo and Aries are the signs of natural-born leaders with larger than life personalities. They're competitive, energetic and just as fierce as Geri Halliwell's Ginger Spice.

Leos can relate to the red-headed Spice Girl due to their ability to take control of any given situation and problem-solve (it's no wonder the group fell apart after Ginger's departure), while Aries people can see their assertiveness and loudness reflected in Ginger Spice.

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