Victoria Beckham, better known to
Spice Girls fans as Posh Spice, opens up to Elle Magazine in their January issue
about celebrity endorsed labels she hates, what she wears to bed with David and
why she doesn’t care what people think about her.
Last year, Victoria’s fragrance line, “Intimately Beckham,” sold over $100
million worth of scents. Victoria is deeply committed to her line of products,
and has personally worked hard to get high-end stores and boutiques to carry it.
She dishes about celebs that use their name on products without being
“There are so many - and I hate the word celebrities - clothing lines and
fragrances, and most of them have nothing to do with it,” Victoria tells
She dispels rumors that she’s merely just a celebrity wife to a soccer star,
saying she is always working.
“I work seven days a week. And I so love what I’m doing. I could go shopping
all day, which is what a lot of people think that I do. That’s their perception-
that I’m a miserable bitch and go shopping all day and boss David about.”
When it comes to her admirers, Victoria is keenly aware of her fan base and
couldn’t be happier. She was recently altered to her popularity among drag
queens as a subject. She beamed to Elle, “I’m so camp! I’m such a gay man trying
to get out. I don’t give a [bleep] what anybody thinks!”
One person who Victoria is concerned with, is her husband, soccer star David
Beckham. She says meeting him for the first time was “completely love at first
sight. I remember it so clearly.”
The couple dated discreetly before getting married.
“We drove around in his car and would sit in car parks and talk for hours and
hours. We didn’t need to go out for meals. We didn’t need to go out for drinks.
We just wanted to be together and get to know each other.
She goes on to spill some bedroom secrets to Elle saying, “I sleep naked. You
don’t sleep with David Beckham. I’m going to be naked if I’m getting in bed with
him every night.”
But Victoria isn’t the only person crazy for Becks.
According to by the AFP, fans of the soccer star are selling his trash on the New
Zealand Web site Trade Me. Some items available for bidding: a nearly empty
bottle of Coca-Cola, a single French-fry, and half eaten corn cob.
As of press time, the “David Beckham Corn Cob” was listed at $80 New Zealand
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