Get sharp! Melanie Brown (aka Mel B) popped a question about the “biggest d–kheads” she’s met in show business — and she named her Spice Girls bandmate Geri Halliwell.
“Well, there are a few. James CordenGeri Halliwell, Jessie J and I,” the 47-year-old pop star said during a performance on Friday, December 2 The Great Narstie Show in the UK Speaking of fellow Spice Girl, 50, Brown added: “I absolutely love her but she’s fucking annoying.” Halliwell didn’t immediately respond Us weekly‘s request for comment.
The “I Want You Back” singer referenced Corden’s recent feud with the restaurateur Keith McNally as a reason for including the 44-year-old comedian on her list. “I think you always have to be nice to the people you work with, whether it’s production, cinematography, sound or lighting,” she explained. “We all work for the same cause, so you should always be nice, and he wasn’t very nice.”
Last month, the Spice Girls hosted a small reunion at Halliwell’s birthday bash, but Brown was noticeably absent from the celebrations. Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton and Melanie Chisholm everyone attended the soirée and at one point they took to the dance floor together while their ’90s hit “Say You’ll Be There” played on the stereo.
“Special celebration of Ginger 🇬🇧 this weekend and even more special to capture this girls moment ❤️” David Beckham wrote via Instagram alongside a video of the women dancing. “A friendship for life ❤️ @spicegirls @therealgerihalliwell @victoriabeckham @emmaleebunton @melaniecmusic.” He also tagged the absent Brown, adding, “You were missed ❤️.”
After the party, Brown posted a picture, originally shared by the Spice Girls’ official Instagram account, showing the group during their Forever Era when Halliwell wasn’t in the band. That Dancing with the stars Alum didn’t add a comment of his own, but the original caption read: “Forever 🖤 Released 22 years ago today! What are your favorite tracks from the album? (yes, we mean from the album, not the tracks that didn’t make it there 😉).”
Chisholm, 48, hinted at tensions between Halliwell and Brown in her book. The sporty one, which was released in September. “Mel B had strong ideas too, and they didn’t always line up with Geri’s,” he said Bring the noise alum wrote. “None of them were afraid to express how they felt and tempers flared.”
The “If That Were Me” singer added that she often feels like a “peacemaker” in the group. “Some of the girls were very confident and weren’t afraid to speak their minds (Mel B and Geri) and the rest of us were relatively calm and liked to go with the flow (Emma, Victoria and I),” she said continued. “Mel B and Geri could be very bossy and often Mel B would get frustrated because Geri got a move or harmony wrong.”
https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/spice-girls-mel-b-geri-halliwell-is-the-biggest-d-khead/ Geri Halliwell is the ‘greatest D-khead’