So, when the fashion designer and mother-of-four appeared on Corden's show to promote her line for Target, she didn't focus on the singing part but rather her fashionable yet, amusing side with a spoof on 1987 romantic comedy, Mannequin.
Victoria Beckham and Corden did a reboot of the 1987 film "Mannequin" which starred Kim Cattrall and Andrew McCarthy.
The trailer, posted Thursday, March 30, has already garnered over a million views, showing just how much the world needs a little more spice.
And the concerned looks from the Late Late Show crew aren't anything compared to the reactions the pair get when they take their romance on the road, lip syncing to "Spice Up Your Life" as motorists gawk at the dummy riding shotgun.
The Spice Girl is one of many stars who have joined Corden in his comedy vehicle seat for a sing song.
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Posh Spice was also seen playing out a romantic scene with James, dressed in a mint green pleated skirt from her new ready-to-wear collection, a crisp white shirt and killer stiletto ankle boots to match, showing off her skills as they salsa danced together.
While the funnyman has sang alongside some of the greats in his vehicle, it is Victoria who boasts a catalogue of hits where she was one-fifth of one of the world's most successful girl groups.
It seemed only fitting that the song the former Spice Girl and Corden sang together in the vehicle scene was Spice Girl's, "Spice up Your Life" since the only movie Beckham acted in was 1997's 'Spice World.' To begin the expected auto scene, Corden questioned Beckham with his typical catch phrase, "Do you mind if we listen to some music?"
Having later gone on to release solo music, she switched her focus to fashion full time in 2008, where she has built a fashion empire which has seen her become the go-to girl for celebrities working the red carpet. Being selfless, he vows to get her "home", which for a mannequin apparently means Target. As silly as the video may be, there's nothing quite like watching a Spice Girl jam out to one of their biggest hits. Spice up your life... James asks, "Do you mind of we listen to some music?" - a familiar line to "Carpool Karaoke" fans.