Melanie C: Once bitten, Spice shy
Melanie C shot to stardom and made millions as one-fifth of the most successful girl band of all time - but she’s in no rush to sign up for any Spice Girls reunion
There’s something faintly surreal about interviewing Mel C – or Melanie C, as the English singer nowadays styles herself. It’s a little akin to having someone on the television burst through the screen, or a figure from within a magazine page reach out and grab you by the hand.
The disorientating effect is because of her profile, which – as no one really needs reminding – is enormous. The Spice Girls...
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