Spice Girls superfans Emma Stone and HAIM recreate 'Stop' dance for Omaze campaign
Tell me what you want, what you really, really want. Do you wanna see the Spice Girls reunion tour next year with a handful of the biggest celebrities? Well, first, you gotta watch Spice Girls superfans Emma Stone and HAIM recreate the music video dance for “Stop.”
Yup, these will be the celebrities you could potentially be hanging out with.
Stone, Alana Haim, Danielle Haim, and Este Haim perform the routine from the girl group’s 1997 hit in EW’s exclusive video for the new Omaze charity campaign. Then, Stone actually stops the musical number to drop some details.
“Stop right now. Thank you very much. I need… you guys to hear this idea we had,” Stone says. “What if you and a friend came with us to a Spice Girls concert in London?”
The Spice Girls, minus Victoria “Posh Spice” Beckham, are getting back together for a U.K. Stadium tour that opens in Manchester on May 29 and finishes with three nights in London beginning June 13. After the official announcement was made, tickets sold out so fast that the gals added more concert dates. So, yeah, this is a big deal.
Fans can enter for the chance to win by donating funds through Omaze.com/GirlPower. All proceeds are going to support PATH, Child Mind Institute, The Los Angeles LGBT Center, Comic Relief U.K., Girl Up, and Girls’ Education via Charities Aid Foundation of America.
The perks of this campaign don’t stop with the tickets and your celeb concert mates, either. The winner will get backstage passes to go meet Mel B (Scary Spice), Mel C (Sporty Spice), Emma Bunton (Baby Spice), and Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice). Fair warning, Stone tends to get excited when it comes to meeting “Girl Power” in the flesh.
“Growing up I was super blonde,” the Oscar winner told Jimmy Fallon recently. “My real name is Emily, but I wanted to be called Emma because of Baby Spice and guess what? Now I am. That’s, like, pretty messed up.”
Correction: An earlier version of this article stated the Omaze campaign went to support The Global Girls Alliance. It will instead support Comic Relief U.K.