That's puppy love! Geri Halliwell rocks a pair of short shorts and seeks solace with her dogs after being booed at X Factor auditions
15:03 GMT, 28 May 2012
After a rather dreadful time as an X Factor guest judge, last week, Geri Halliwell was back in action today.
Instead of staying hidden away following the public booing her, the former Spice Girl took her two dogs out for a walk in north London.
The 39-year-old, who was once known as Ginger Spice, looked more like her ex band mate Mel C, by wearing some very sporty gear.
A dogs life: Geri Halliwell takes her dogs for a walk near her north London home, earlier this afternoon
The one time pop star looked laid back in a tight red vest with a blue trim, and a pair of short shorts.
She teamed the outfit with a pair of trainers and wore a rectangular pair of sunglasses with her hair down.
The mother-of-one was leading the way as she power walked around her neighbourhood and her canine friends followed behind her.
Feeling better: Geri had been booed by the X Factor audience in Liverpool, last week, but seemed in a good mood today
Follow the leader: Geri was dressed in a pair of blue shorts and a red vest as power worked around her neighbourhood
It had been a challenging week for Geri after she was booed by the X Factor audience at the Liverpool auditions.
Then to make matters worse her fellow judges publicly came out and said that didn't want her to return to the show and gave their backing to mouthy Sharon Osbourne.
Geri didn't help matters by insulting the acts to try and get a nasty but nice following, and she also took a swipe at X Factor judge Gary Barlow.
Not popular: The former Spice Girl failed to get the backing of her fellow judges who all said they would like to see Sharon Osbourne back
She was booed when she told one group of girl band hopefuls they couldn't sing, before adding: '[But] not everyone in Take That can sing'.
She also told her baying haters that she didn't care if she was booed, simply stating: 'Whatever.'
Speaking at the London auditions last weekend, Tulisa, 23, said she would 'love Sharon back' telling The Sunday Mirror she was the ultimate female boss.
The odd one out: Geri made a bad impression with judges Gary Barlow, Tulisa and Louis Walsh
Louis Walsh, 59, added his support saying: 'I’d love Sharon to come back, too. I’ve always had so much fun with her.'
Gary echoed the sentiment and added: 'Sharon isn’t a stupid suggestion. She’d be amazing. Like Tulisa said, she’s the ultimate female boss.'