NOT trying to boast or anything but we consider ourselves to be a bonafide Spice Girls expert – just like every other 90s kid.
But rarely do we ever get to show off our encyclopaedic knowledge of their songs… that is, until now.
On last night's episode of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?, contestant Paul Curievici was asked to identify the iconic girl band's second UK number one.
Paul was given four hit songs to pick from which would then win him £64,000 and allow him to progress to the next round.
But out of Viva Forever, 2 Become 1, Too Much, and Say You'll Be There, do YOU know which the correct answer?
As he's not much of a Spice Girls fan, this question proved a bit too much for Paul – and the contestant ended up using all FOUR of his lifelines to narrow it down.
He admitted: "It would be an understatement to say that this is not my specialist subject."
Just to confuse matters even further, Paul asked the audience for their thoughts first – who urged him to pick 2 Become 1.
However, Paul was unconvinced and added: "I think I faintly remember that one of these two songs was their last song. Viva Forever sounds like a farewell song.
"But Say You'll Be There… I can't remember if that was an important song either."
In order to get a clearer idea, Paul then used his 50:50 to narrow down the answers to 2 Become 1 and Say You'll Be There.
But things only went downhill from here – as the friend Paul called for help had no idea either.
In a final attempt to get his £64,000, Paul then used his remaining lifeline to ask host Jeremy Clarkson for his opinion.
When asked for his thoughts, Jeremy joked: "I'm extremely proud to say I don't know."
Luckily for Paul, he eventually settled on the correct answer – Say You'll Be There – and bagged his £64,000.
Having used up all his lifelines, he rather wisely decided to skip the £125,000 question in the next round.
What's the title of the Spice Girl's second UK number one single? I'm literally screaming at the TV. The answer is D. Say You'll Be There.
Unsurprisingly, the pop music round left viewers on the edge of their seats – and many couldn't believe Paul didn't know the answer outright.
Labelling it "easy", one tweeted: "I thought everyone knew that!"
Another added: "What's the title of the Spice Girl's second UK number one single? I'm literally screaming at the TV. The answer is D. Say You'll Be There."
A third fumed: "I remember shouting at the screen at this Spice Girls question the first time round! I'm just as stressed."
For more brainteasers, can you name all 15 songs in this fiendishly tricky music themed emoji quiz?
Plus, the creator of a viral movie emoji quiz returns with a 15-part TV show version – so how many do YOU know?
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