Jacqueline Fernandez stars alongside international stars in a feminist remake of the Spice Girl‘s epic hit “Wannabe”. The Spice Girls’ 1996 hit Wannabe has been remade with celebrity performers for a campaign encouraging girls to share what they really want.
Jacqueline Fernandez and London-based R&B trio, British girl band M.O, the song throws light on various issues concerning women of the world even today, everything ranging from violence against women to equal pay for equal work to girl child education.
Jacqueline Fernandez has turned into a Spice Girls. A remake of the Spice Girls’ Wannabe video features Jacqueline in it. This is part of the Global Goals campaign for girls and women.
The video has been launched by Project Everyone, a campaign that aims to eliminate poverty, injustice and fight climate change and is backed by big names like director-producer Richard Curtis, actors Freida Pinto and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
According to The Guardian, the video will start running in movie theatres internationally starting this July. More than 24 million people have now viewed the video, including THE Posh Spice herself aka. Victoria Beckham.
— Jacqueline Fernandez (@Asli_Jacqueline) July 5, 2016
The Global Goals organisation has cleverly remade the 1996 chart topper’s music video to highlight major issues affecting women from around the world. The heartening clip features the following messages, ‘End violence against girls’, ‘Quality education for all girls’, ‘End child marriage’ and ‘Equal pay for equal work.’
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