She's electric! Melanie Brown injects some spice into her wardrobe as she squeezes curves into blue bodycon dress
10:37 GMT, 28 July 2012
She rose to fame dressing to fit her Scary Spice alter ego in a number of loud outfits, largely including splashes of animal print.
But Melanie Brown has certainly come into her own as she shows off her versatile style.
The former Spice Girl stepped out last night showing off her curves in an accentuating electric blue bodycon dress.
Standing out: Melanie Brown shows off her curves in a body accentuating electric blue bodycon dress
Brown, 37, turned up to film a slot on Good Afternoon America in New York.
And she ensured she stood out for the appearance in the bright frock, which emphasised her cleavage.
Mel also accessorised to perfection in matching blue heels, while her skin looked radiant as she wore her hair scraped into an up 'do.
Lady in blue: Melanie's appearance comes amid rumours she's set to reunite on stage with the Spice Girls at the Olympics Closing Ceremony
She wore intricate jewellery as she posed for photos outside the studios.
Her appearance comes amid speculation she's about to reunite with her Spice Girls bandmates on stage at the Olympics Closing Ceremony next month.
The news that the girls will be hitting
the stage one again for the closing ceremony, a fact confirmed by
sources to MailOnline, came after Mel C said she would take it as a
personal snub if they were omitted from the line-up.
Dressed up: She showed off her curves in the flattering frock for an appearance on Good Afternoon America in New York
She said: 'I’d be
really upset if the Spice Girls weren’t included in the Olympics,
whether it be the opening or closing ceremonies or any other playlists,
because I think we absolutely represented Britain in the 90s.
'We literally flew the flag – and Geri even wore it – around the globe.'
Greeting fans: The singer posed for photos outside the studio and signed autographs for waiting admirers
well as the closing ceremony, Geri and Emma have been working alongside
the other Spice Girls – Victoria Beckham, Mel C and Mel B – on the
launch of the upcoming musical Viva Forever.
Jennifer Saunders and Mamma Mia producer Judy Craymer have also
collaborated on the musical, which will be based on the songs of the hit