Calvin Harris Urged To Remix The Spice Girls In Honour Of Marriage Equality
The DJ made a gentleman's pact and the internet is waiting on the results.
Calvin Harris is being urged to fulfil a pact he made back in 2012 about remixing Spice Girls hit ‘Two Become One’ in celebration of Australia legalising marriage equality.
The deal was made in a backstage bar in Sydney, when a man called Filip Odzak - who has since gone viral - entered a conversation with the Scottish DJ about his dream wedding song.
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At the time, Calvin promised to remix Odsack’s chosen track when the law was eventually passed - which means Filip is now legally and morally entitled to call out Calvin on his one-time promise.
In a DM that has since been made public, Filip said: “We made a deal - sealed with a handshake - that you would remix the Spice Girls' 2 Become 1 when marriage equality was finally legalised in Australia.
He added: "Well, it just happened today. For five years I've been waiting for this! I'm very excited to hear what you do with the track to celebrate the occasion."
After racking up a casual 12,000 likes, Emma Bunton has now thrown her support behind the idea: “Let’s spice up Calvin Harris! It would be fab for Calvin to remix 2 Become 1,” she told The Sun.
And in an interview with Australia’s Power Rack radio show, Filip had a final point to make: “Calvin Harris just do it! You’re very rich, you can have anything you want. I’ve got nothing, just do this for me.”
The world is waiting, Calvin.