There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back Shawn Mendes
13 August 2012, 10:26
The 'Invincible' rapper says he was so excited to get a picture with the five iconic girl band stars.
Tinie Tempah has tweeted fans to say how excited he was to meet the Spice Girls and get a picture with the popular nineties girl group at last night's London 20120 Olympic Games closing ceremony.
The 'Pass Out' rapper was one of the many performers at last night's showcase event at the Olympic Stadium, which also saw performances from the likes of Jessie J, One Direction, Ed Sheeran, Queen and Take That.
Tinie took to the stage halfway through the three-hour show to perform his single 'Written In The Stars' alongside 'Domino' singer Jessie J, before joining Taio Cruz at the front of the stadium for a performance from the trio of the Bee Gees hit 'You Should Be Dancing'.
The closing ceremony also saw Mel B, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell, Mel C and Victoria Beckham reuniting as the Spice Girls, after which Tinie revealed he had managed to get to meet the iconic girl band after the show.
"Don't know how many people will be able to say they were able to do this in their lifetime but…. I GOT A PIC WITH THE SPICE GIRLS!!!" Tinie tweeted last night (12th August). "Massive shout out to my brother @Mo_Farah as well… so proud… WHAT AN INSPIRATION!!!!! #TEAMGB."
Check out a picture of Tinie Tempah posing with the Spice Girls backstage at the closing ceremony below (Credit: Twitter):
The Spice Girls arrived into the stadium in brightly-lit taxi cabs and went on to perform their singles 'Wannabe' and 'Spice Up Your Life on top of their vehicles in front of the thousands in attendance.
The London 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony also saw performances from George Michael, Ed Sheeran, Kaiser Chiefs, Beadie Eye and Muse.
View a picture of the Spice Girls backstage at the London 2012 closing ceremony below (Credit: Twitter):