Ed Sheeran and Emma Bunton's Spice Girls duet is just everything

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Ed Sheeran has made a bid to become the new Ginger Spice after a cute rendition of a Spice Girls hit on Heart Breakfast.

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(c) Rex Photos

Ed teamed up with breakfast host Emma Bunton for an acoustic version of ‘Goodbye’ – which was a hit for the Spicies back in 1998.

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After the little sing-a-long, Ed offered to replace Geri Horner nee Halliwell, who was the group’s original Ginger Spice.

Earlier this week, Ed whipped out his guitar and performed a version of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air rap after a fan requested it on Capital Radio.

With a tour and a new album, looks like Ed is already owning 2017.

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