Calvin Harris Vowed To Remix A Spice Girls Song If Australia Legalized Same-Sex Marriage

"A deal is a deal!"

Is Calvin Harris a man of his word?

The Scottish DJ and producer reportedly promised a fan back in 2012 that he would remix the 1996 Spice Girls hit “2 Become 1” when Australia legalized marriage equality.

Earlier this week, after the Australian House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted in favor of changing the Marriage Act to allow same-sex marriage, Filip Odzak finally came to collect.

Odzak reminded Harris of their gentleman’s agreement at a backstage bar in Sydney, where Odzak told the DJ that the Spice Girls classic was his dream wedding song. 

“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,” Odzak posted on social media. “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.”

Baby Spice herself, Emma Bunton, has also urged Harris to keep his promise. “Let’s spice up Calvin Harris! It would be fab for Calvin to remix ’2 Become 1,’” she told The Sun.

“Calvin Harris, just do it!” Odzak added in an interview with Australia’s Power Rack radio show. “You’re very rich, you can have anything you want. I’ve got nothing, just do this for me.”

Stay tuned.
 

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