Participant Spice Girls admitted intimate communication with a friend in the group


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A member of the popular British band Spice Girls, Melanie Brown, admitted in an interview with Mail on Sunday that she had intimate relationships with her colleague Jerry Hollywoodwell.

In her opinion, sex with Halliwell was "a one-on-one meeting, which later only laughed at him." The singer also warned that in recognition of the fear of the deterioration of relations with Jerry, who is now married.

Let's remember, Spice Girls was founded in London in 1994, with Melanie Brown, Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm and Jerry Holliwell. In 2001, the band split up and now plans to tour the UK.

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