Victoria Beckham, Instagram


Maybe Victoria Beckham protests too much!

Though she said not too long ago that reuniting with the Spice Girls at the London Olympics was great but she "would never do it again," the British artist still sometimes known as Posh Spice may not be telling us what she really, really wants.

While passing through airport security upon arrival in Singapore this week to present her latest accessories collection, Beckham struck a "stop!" pose and provided a nostalgic caption on Instagram to go with the pic. 

"Stop right now,thank u very much! X song of the day,spice girls,stop.Hello Singapore,we r back x vb #VBTour," wrote David Beckham's lovely wife.

This, combined with the video of her singing atop a piano, could very well lead one to believe that the fashionista is hinting at something.

"I won't ever do it again," Beckham told Vanity Fair Italy and Spain in January. "Doing the Olympics was an incredible honor. I was so proud to do it, proud to be British. That was a perfect time to say, 'That's great. Thank you to everybody, but no more. Sometimes you've got to know when it's time to leave the party."

David Beckham, Victoria Beckham, MET Gala

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Happily, bridges have not been burned in the meantime, just in case. Sporty, Baby and Ginger—Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton and Geri Halliwell—all gathered for Beckham's 40th birthday party in London, and Mel B probably would have been there if she hadn't been shooting America's Got Talent in L.A.

Meanwhile, the party rages elsewhere.

Last week Beckham and her hubby attended the 2014 Met Gala in NYC where, of course, she wore a gown of her own design. Then she was off to Singapore for an appearance Monday at luxury department store On Pedder to launch her Spring Summer 2014 and Pre-Fall 2014 accessories collections.

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