Didn't they announce they weren't going ahead with GEM? I remember reading something along fhose lines. I'm glad we never heard anything to be honest, for me it's the Spice Girls or nothing. GEM sounded like a car crash waiting to happen.oaknuys wrote:So what happened to that GEM thingy? After that dire video message I thought they would have bring us some sorta surprise already
God no, I bloody loved it. No matter what happens with GEM, I love that we got this.biscuits wrote:Song for Her was damn awful
http://popcrush.com/mel-b-stephen-belaf ... loitation/According to TMZ’s exclusive, Mel B reportedly claims that Belafonte “choked and slammed her down onto the floor” in November 2007, the night of her Dancing With the Stars finale, and “punched her with a closed fist in the face” before a taping of the X Factor in July 2012, among other accounts of violence.
Belafonte allegedly threatened to release sex tapes of him and his estranged wife, and reports claim that he forced her to “participate in sexual intercourse with him and random women,” often filming these encounters without Mel B’s consent in an attempt to extort and control her career.
Also among the allegations is that Belafonte got his and Mel B’s nanny pregnant and then demanded she get an abortion, paying the nanny “in excess of $300,000 of Mel B’s money.”
However, speaking to TMZ’s photographers on Monday, Belafonte denied all the claims, saying, “I’m shocked at those allegations.”
http://thatgrapejuice.net/entertainment ... se-claims/“It’s a shame that Ms. Brown elected not to proceed in a respectful and amicable fashion in this very private matter. In due course, Mr. Belafonte will be filing his response to the outrageous and unfounded allegations made by Ms. Brown, which allegations he vehemently denies.
When the Court determines the truth, it will become clear that this entire charade was nothing more than a smear campaign intended to cover up Ms. Brown’s own conduct during the marriage in light of her current involvement with a family television show, and in an effort to unfairly gain leverage both financially and with respect to custody of the children.
When the degree to which Ms. Brown has gone to create a false depiction of her marriage to Mr. Belafonte is uncovered, real victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse will be understandably offended, angry and upset.
Mr. Belafonte is confident that the truth will come out when he has his day in court at which time he looks forward to being reunited with his children. What matters most to Mr. Belafonte is the safety and well-being of his daughters and step-daughters.”
http://popcrush.com/mel-b-granted-restr ... belafonte/Mel B has reportedly obtained a restraining order against Lorraine Gilles, the former nanny whom the America’s Got Talent star claimed had an affair with and got pregnant by her estranged husband, Stephen Belafonte.
On Tuesday (April 11), a judge issued an order for Gilles to refrain from contacting Brown and to stay at least 100 yards away from her, Entertainment Tonight reports.
You can't second guess these things I suppose. The plan for the third album was a mixture of new group songs, group cover songs and solo material - solo plans weren't far away at all. They had started work on the 3rd album before Geri left - 'Goodbye' was originally written with Geri until she left and reworked into the version we know. There was talk of a live album too.ThaInfo1 wrote:Someone said they wouldn't have been as big and such a novelty if she hadn't left. Because when she left, they kinda fizzled out quickly...in opposite if she didn't they would've just faded slowly.
Great read! Thanks for sharing this.Fan wrote:Anyone read this article in The Guardian of journalist/mega Spice fan Joe Stone? https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/ ... CMP=twt_gu.
It's a great one!