Victoria Beckham Inks Samantha Thavasa Endorsement Deal

The Sun reports former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham has landed a £1 million deal to appear in ads in Japan for designer Samantha Thavasa. She and hubby David are huge fashion icons in Japan, and her poster has been placed in their flagship Tokyo store, soon to be on billboards and magazines. The Hilton Sisters also promote the handbag designer. Check out a photo of Posh and her bags here.

Posh In Talks For ‘Friends’ Cameo In Hollywood Bid reports that former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham is in talks to appear in ‘Friends’ in a bid to boost her profile in America. It is rumored that her second album will fare no better than her first in the charts and according to a pop insider, “She’s keen to get back to acting if the album goes pear-shaped.”

Posh And Becks Pose Nude

The Sun reports former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham and hubby David have paid German artist Jochen Allardice-Grein $8,000 for an abstract portrait of them cuddling in the nude. The life-size picture will hang at their Hertfordshire mansion.

Americans Bid To Make Posh A Film Star

The Mirror reports former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham is set to make it big in America, and is the focus of a bidding war by top PR firms in Hollywood. She’ll be interviewed soon by Barbara Walters and David Letterman in her quest to break into an acting career. “This is a very exciting time for Posh – she really feels she’s on the verge of making it big in America but it’s all about timing,” an insider revealed. “She’s got lots of things lined up. Not everyone gets asked to be interviewed by Walters.”

Victoria Spends A Posh Weekend In Milan

The Sunday Mirror reports Victoria Beckham enjoyed a weekend without husband David Beckham with a trip to Milan Fashion Week. Victoria also found time to visit Milan’s Dolce & Gabanna store with sister Louise and a friend.

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