"Viva Forever" is a song recorded by English girl group the Spice Girls for their second album, Spiceworld (1997). It was written by the group with Matt Rowe and Richard Stannard, whilst produced by the latter two. The song was released on 20 July 1998 in the United Kingdom and received critical acclaim. The song also charted fairly well becoming the band's seventh UK number one single gaining a Platinum certification whilst also topping the charts in New Zealand. The single was a commercial success despite poor promotion.

An accompanying music video directed by Steve Box was released featuring the five band members as animated fairies that interact with two friends in a forest. The video starts off with a storybook opening up about two boys, both running around in the woods when they encounter a case (similar to the case that is inside a Kinder Surprise, but life-sized) that opens by itself and reveals a toy chicken. The two then chase after the chicken until they see another case, which the toy chicken bounces on. It opens by itself, and five fairies, the Spice Girls, come out. While the younger boy runs away frightened, the older boy stays, and the fairies play with him before Emma sprays fairy dust in his face. Then they fly him to another place in front of a huge Rubik's Cube. The fairies dance on the cube, to the song, until the middle on the top opens. The boy, assisted by the fairies, is inserted inside the giant Rubik's Cube!

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