LONDON, July 6 (UPI) -- Twenty years after the Spice Girls danced their way onto the pop culture scene with the catchy tune "Wannabe," the Girls are using the song's popularity to give back on a global scale with a remake of the music video highlighting women's rights.
In partnering with the charity The Global Goals, the Spice Girls are lending their most popular song to the #WhatIReallyReallyWant campaign, which promotes women's issues like gender equality, equal pay for equal work, and education.
The video features women and girls of various nationalities dancing to the song while sharing their hopes for the kinds of changes they really, really want to see.
"#WhatIReallyReallyWant is no more girls dying of HIV @TheGobalGoals X vb," she tweeted.
The video is part of a larger platform – the U.N.'s Global Sustainability Goals. The U.N. released a list of 17 worldwide goals and aims to complete them all by 2030.
The new production of "Wannabe" tackles the fifth goal of gender equality.
Since its release on Monday, the video has spurred people from around the world to share their own wishes for women with celebrities like Emma Watson taking part as well.