Emma Lee Bunton
Emma Lee Bunton was born on 21 January 1976. Emma Lee Bunton is an English pop singer, songwriter, and occasional actress. Emma Lee Bunton is best known for being a member of the successful ’90s girl group, the Spice Girls, in which she was known as “Baby Spice” as she was the youngest member and often wore revealing “babydoll” dresses. Emma Lee Bunton joined the Spice Girls (then still called Touch) in 1994 after the original fifth Touch member, Michelle Stephenson left the group.
The group became one of the most successful musical acts of the 1990s, selling 35 million albums with studio releases Spice in 1996, Spiceworld in 1997, and Forever in 2000. Emma was called Baby Spice because she was the youngest of the group, wore her long blonde hair in pigtails, wore babydoll dresses, had an innocent smile, and had a girly girl personality. When the group appeared on the October 5, 1997, episode of the BBC television programme The O-Zone, she revealed that she had just had her ears pierced for the very first time.