Sydney Morning Herald spoke with Spice Girl Melanie Brown about her latest gig as a performer in London’s Vagina Monologues. As for critics of the show, Scary Spice fumed, “If someone were to criticize it I find that a big insult. What are you talking about? Are you afraid of yours? Are you afraid of other women’s? And the money from the ticket sales goes to refugee camps and women’s groups. So for anybody to insult it is out of their mind, and deeply, deeply uneducated on many levels.” Read more.
Mel B Says Label Didn’t Drop Her
November 13, 2001 – Radio 1 reports Scary Spice girl Mel B is insisting that she wasn’t dropped by Virgin Records but instead she quit in order to spend more time with her daughter Phoenix Chi. Mel and Virgin Records announced the split in July after her debut LP ‘Hot’ flopped. Virgin wouldn’t comment on the Spice Girl’s claim.
Mel B Quitting Music For 1 Year
October 6, 2001 – 2dayuk reports Spice Girl Mel B is quitting pop music for a year to concentrate on her TV career. Mel revealed, “I will not be recording any music here because I’m not going to do anything music-wise for a year because I’m concentrating on TV.”
“I will not be recording any music here because I’m not going to do anything music-wise for a year because I’m concentrating on TV.”
Mel talked down a Hollywood effort saying, “I don’t think my next step is Hollywood. I’m not sure they’d have me.”
For now, Mel has expressed a desire to enroll in a female DJ skills course at the center in Chapeltown, Leeds.