Official Spice Girls T-shirts sold to raise money for Comic Relief's 'gender justice' campaign were made in a Bangladesh factory where women earn 35p an hour.


Money raised from the 'IWannaBeASpiceGirl 'T-shirts, which cost £19.40, will be used to help 'champion equality for women and girls here in the UK,' according to Comic Relief.

喜剧救济基金会表示,这款售价19.4英镑、胸前印着“我想成为一枚辣妹”的T恤,销售款项将被用来 “捍卫英国的女人和女孩们的平等”。

Dozens of celebrities have been spotted sporting the garments, including Jessie J, Holly Willoughby, Sam Smith and Jessica Ennis-Hill.


Uploading a picture of himself wearing the T-shirt on Instagram, Sam Smith said: 'Everyone please please go and support the Spice Girls and their power up campaign with comic relief by purchasing one of these cute t shirts. It's for a beautiful cause #iwannabeaspicegirl.'

βƱַ萨姆•史密斯在Instagram上传了一张自己身穿该T恤的照片,写到:“请大家务必务必支持辣妹组合及他们同喜剧救济基金会的蓄力项目。βƱַ请大家购买这件可江西快3遗漏_江西快3app下载 - 花少钱中大奖的T恤,为了这份美好的事业#我想成为一枚辣妹。”

While both Willoughby and Ennis-Hill also uploaded pictures of themselves wearing the T-shirts to Instagram with the hashtag #iwannabeaspicegirl.


The Spice Girls themselves - now comprising Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton and Geri Halliwell - also posed in the T-shirts to launch the campaign.


The news comes as the Spice Girls announced they would no longer be singing and dancing under the banner of 'Girl Power' anymore.


Instead they would be using the slogan 'People Power', a move which Buton explained 'about equality and bringing everyone together.'