Mel B fuels Geri Horner ‘feud’ after labelling Spice Girls bandmate ‘annoying’

For over a month, rumours of a feud between Mel B and Geri Horner have been swirling.

In her latest interview, Mel added further fuel to the flames as she branded her former bandmate “annoying”.

Appearing on The Big Narstie show, the former Spice Girl didn’t hold back and took aim at other celebrities, including disgraced MP Conor Burns.

The episode, which airs this Friday, saw Mel chatting with co-host Mo Gilligan about the worst celebs in the industry.

He outright asked the singer: “Who is the biggest d***head celebrity you've ever met?”

Mel, who is famed for her bluntness, replied: “So, there's a few. James Corden, Geri Halliwell, Jessie J and me!”

Clearly in shock, the comedian and presenter probed singer, adding: “But Geri, she's your bandmate?”

Dressed in a glitzy red sequin gown and long raven ponytail, musician Mel replied with a wry smile: “I know, I love her to bits but she's really f***ing annoying!”

Despite the laughter from the audience and fellow guest Jordan Stephens, the barbed comment may come back to haunt Mel.

At the very least, it will do little to dispel rumours of a feud between the mum-of-three and her former bandmate.

Last month, Mel was noticeably absent from Geri’s lavish 50th birthday despite Victoria Beckham, Mel C and Emma Bunton all attending.

In a post by TV presenter Rylan on Instagram, Mel’s bandmates could be seen partying the night away and giving an impromptu performance of their hit song, Say You’ll Be There.

Whilst fans will undoubtedly focus on a possible feud within the band, singer Mel B made several scathing comments about other celebs.

The 47 year old told Big Narstie claimed that James Cordon “hasn’t been very nice” and criticised the presenter for his treatment of the production crew behind the scenes.

Her comments come after The Late Late show host has faced allegations of ill-treatment of staff and was recently banned from New York restaurant Balthazar, after an altercation with staff over an omelette.

She also added: “I think you always have to be nice to the people that you work with whether it be production, camera guys, sound, lighting – we all work for the same thing.”

Earlier this year, trade minster Conor Burns also came under fire from the singer – who alleged that the MP had made lude comments in whilst the pair were in a lift.

The politician, who was recently sacked for serious misconduct, was mentioned in a cryptic Tweet by Mel despite the MP insisting they’d never met.

Mel continued to criticise the politician during her appearance on The Big Narstie Show, stating that he should have been fired from his role “a long time ago”.


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