VICTORIA Beckham hopped onto the latest TikTok trend as she shared an array of throwback pictures.

Posh Spice, 48, took to her account to tag the Teenage Dirtbag trend, based on the song by rock band Wheatus, which has been popularised on TikTok for users to show off their carefree younger years.

Victoria opened her clip showing a snap of her currently, wearing a chic black military-style blazer.

She added the caption: "My teenage dirtbag pics," before kicking things off with an image showing her fresh-faced and youthful in a white jumper emblazoned with the American flag.

She sported a baseball cap and flashed a huge smile before the second image saw her giving a cheeky look to the camera wearing a black blazer.

Another saw her chatting on the phone sporting a silver metallic bomber jacket before she pulled out all the retro stops in a trendy multi-coloured ski-suit.


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After posing by some steps in a snakeskin jacket she finished off her trip down memory lane with a snap capturing her in a metallic crop top and matching skintight blue trousers.

The term 'teenage dirtbag' has been trending on TikTok and stems from Wheatus' song from 2000, Teenage Dirtbag.

Teenage dirtbag essentially refers to being rebellious and unruly.

It has now been used to create a video of past selves using the song.

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It could be an embarrassing clip, a rebellious period, or any content that captured a user's youthful past.

Users can then compile the clips and add the song to create the trending video.

At the time of writing, the Teenage Dirtbag sound has been used more than 10.5K times on TikTok, and creator emmarosekenney1 added the sound to show her "teenage dirtbag" moment photos.

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The teenagedirtbagtrend hashtag has been used 800K times and continues to be popular.

Michael Barrymore also hopped on the trend and showed off his goofy teenage photos.

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