Former Spice Girl Emma Bunton is devastated after learning she had the womb condition endometriosis, making it difficult for her to have children.
“I admit I was terrified because I didn’t know what it was,” Bunton revealed to The Sun. “I just knew it was something that might affect me having babies.” A pal said, “Emma was told it might be very difficult for her to conceive, but not impossible. She was very upset at the time but feels more positive after learning about the condition.”
Emma Bunton ‘Celebrity-Filled Time’ In Miami
September 11, 2004 – Emma Bunton posted a message to fans on her official website’s diary on September 7th. The former Spice Girl writes:
Hi there, Hope you guys are well. I’ve literally had the most celebrity-filled time over the last few weeks. It was all thanks to the VMAs, so thank you MTV and T4 who gave me my presenting gig with the lovely Steve Jones! We got to hang out in Miami which was fabulous and a who’s who of who I met includes Christina Aguilera, Paris Hilton, Dave Navarro from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Bruce Willis who even gave me a kiss on the cheek. How lucky!?! We managed to miss the storms that hit Florida too as I’m already back and heading out to see everyone in Europe – and hopefully getting everyone very excited about ‘Maybe’. Look forward to seeing you all soon. Lots of love, Emma x.
Emma Bunton Working With Will Young On New Album
August 28, 2004 – Neil Sean of Sky News reports that Emma Bunton has signed on with the manager she helped fire as part of the Spice Girls – Simon Fuller, and has agreed to work with Fuller’s other big act, ‘Pop Idol’ champ Will Young. When Emma heads into the studio later this year to record her new album, Young will contribute a track.