Emma is best-known as the gorgeous 'Baby' of the Spice Girls. Along with her hugely successful pop career she is also a radio and television presenter and a media personality adored by millions. She went to St. Theresa's Primary School in Finchley, then to Sylvia Young Theatre School in Marylebone and later appeared briefly in the BBC series EastEnders in 1992 as a mugger. In 1993, she appeared in the ITV1 police series, The Bill, and also made a brief appearance as a prostitute in the BBC drama series To Play the King. Emma Bunton joined the Spice Girls (then called Touch) in 1993 after Michelle Stephenson left. Bunton was called Baby Spice because she was the youngest, had long blonde pigtails, wore babydoll dresses and had a girly girl personality. The debut single Wannabe was the first of nine number ones in the United Kingdom for the Spice Girls, and reached the top in 37 countries.