Mel B has opened up about her secret new relationship, saying she has found someone who is ‘understanding’.
The Spice Girls star has found romance again after the breakdown of her marriage to ex-husband Stephen Belafonte, who she was with for ten years. The couple share nine-year-old daughter Madison.
The singer insisted she wants to keep her relationship out of the public eye this time around, but heaped praise on her new love.
Asked by host Adil Ray about her partner, Mel B, real name Melanie Brown, became coy.
She said: ‘Where did that come from? I’ve learnt, I am keeping my private life private. I think that’s the best thing for me.
‘But yeah I’m with somebody who is very kind, very honest, very loving and that’s what I need. I need somebody understanding.’
When Adil asked if there was ‘a ring on her finger’, Mel laughed: ‘No! Got my nails done though!’
Susanna Reid asked Mel B, known as Scary Spice in her days in the girl band, if she was in a ‘happy place’ now, to which she confessed that she still has ‘good days and bad days’.
‘When you deal with trauma it doesn’t go away, I have to learn to live with it.’
The pop star, who is back in Leeds with her family, was also asked about the rumoured plans for a Spice Girls Movie, which came as a surprise to her.
She shared: ‘First I’ve heard. We haven’t been discussing that, more along the lines of doing music and getting the tour up and running because everything got shut down last year.’
Mel was stunned to learn it had been 25 years since the release of the Spice Girls’ first single Wannabe.
The singer replied: ‘I don’t think we could redo that video, I think we’d all be knackered, it’s a lot of running and bouncing!
‘My aim is getting us back together and doing more songs.’
She added that she ‘really hopes’ Victoria Beckham will decide to reunite with the band as she opted to sit out of their 2019 tour.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.
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