Victoria Beckham hit the decks and sang a song while in a bar in Singapore.
The former Spice Girl went back to her days as a pop star by spinning some records before grabbing hold of a microphone and sitting on top of a piano to treat fans to a rare performance.
The 40-year-old fashion designer, who has flown to South East Asia to launch her latest fashion collection, shared photographs from the impromptu show on Twitter today (10.05.14).
The star posted: ''Doing my best @samantharonson in Singapore x vb #VBTour,'' accompanied by a photograph of her on the decks.
After changing into a low-key outfit, she added a snap of her sat on top of the piano, being played by close friend and hairstylist Ken Paves, as the pair launched into a duet.
She wrote: ''I hear there might be a reunion! #captain&tenille x vb,'' referring to the American husband and wife recording duo.
Victoria's musical night comes as rumours continue to swirl about the remaining Spice Girls - Mel C, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Gerri Halliwell - heading to Las Vegas for a new residency without Victoria, who has previously stressed she no longer wants to perform.
The band are said to be in talks with Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino to hold shows similar to Britney Spears, Celine Dion and Elton John.
Mel B also posted a throwback photograph on Friday (09.05.14) on Instagram of the band back in the 1990s with the caption: ''The Spice Girls sold 75 MILLION records... How about that?! #GirlPower #SpiceGirls. (sic)''