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British singer and TV personality

Mel B

MBE

Mel B in 2017
Born
Melanie Janine Brown

(1975-05-29) 29 May 1975 (age 47)

Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Other names
  • Scary Spice
  • Melanie B
  • Melanie Brown
  • Mel G
  • Melanie G
  • Melanie Gulzar
Education Leeds West Academy
Occupation
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • television personality
Years active 1993–present
Works
  • Solo discography
  • Spice Girls discography and songs
Television
  • Dancing with the Stars US
  • The X Factor UK
  • The X Factor Australia
  • America’s Got Talent
  • Lip Sync Battle UK
  • The Masked Singer Australia
Spouses
  • Jimmy Gulzar

    (m 1998; div 2000)

  • Stephen Belafonte

    (m 2007; div 2017)

Partner Rory McPhee (2018-present)
Children 3
Musical career
Genres
  • R&B
  • pop
  • hip hop
Instrument(s) Vocals
Labels
  • Virgin
  • Amber Café
  • EMI
Member of Spice Girls
Musical artist

Melanie Janine Brown MBE (born 29 May 1975), commonly known as Melanie B or Mel B, is an English singer, songwriter, and television personality She rose to fame in the 1990s as a member of the girl group Spice Girls, in which she was nicknamed Scary Spice With over 100 million records sold worldwide, the group became the best-selling female group of all time During the Spice Girls hiatus, Mel B released her debut solo album, Hot (2000) The album’s lead single, “I Want You Back”, reached number one on the UK Singles Chart, and was included on the soundtrack for the 1998 film Why Do Fools Fall in Love Other singles from the album, such as “Tell Me” and “Feels So Good”, both reached the top 5 in the UK charts After signing with the independent label Amber Café, she released her second solo album, LA State of Mind (2005), which spawned the single, “Today” Mel B released “For Once in My Life” in 2013, her first single in eight years; it peaked at No 2 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart

Since 2007, Mel B has established herself as a television personality and talent-show judge She participated in the fifth season of the American dance-competition series Dancing with the Stars (2007), finishing in second place with her professional partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy Between 2011 and 2016, Mel B served as a guest and main judge on the Australian and British versions of The X Factor She also co-presented the Australian version of Dancing with the Stars for one season (2012) Mel B judged on the NBC reality show America’s Got Talent (2013–2018), served as a coach and mentor on The Voice Kids Australia (2014) and judged on The Masked Singer Australia (2022) From 2016 to 2018, she presented Lip Sync Battle UK alongside rapper Professor Green

Mel B has also appeared in various films, including Spice World (1997), LD 50 Lethal Dose (2003), The Seat Filler (2005), Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast (2014), Chocolate City: Vegas Strip (2017), Killing Hasselhoff (2017) and Love Should Not Hurt (2021)

Early life

Melanie Janine Brown was born in Hyde Park, Leeds, and grew up in the Kirkstall area of the city, the daughter of Andrea (née Dixon) and Martin Brown Her father is from Saint Kitts and Nevis and her mother is British Through her mother, Brown is a first cousin of actor and director Christian Cooke; Cooke’s mother, Di, and Brown’s mother, Andrea, are sisters Brown studied performing arts at Intake High School in Bramley, Leeds before entering the entertainment industry For a time, she worked as a dancer in Blackpool, Lancashire Melanie has also confirmed in an interview that she has dyslexia, ADHD, and dyspraxia

Career

1994–2000: Spice Girls

Main article: Spice Girls
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Mel B with the Spice Girls at McLaren party in 1997

In 1994, Brown, along with Mel C, Geri Halliwell and Victoria Adams responded to an advertisement in The Stage magazine Around 400 women who answered the advertisement attended auditions at Danceworks Studios in Mayfair, London Halliwell, Chisholm, Adams, Brown, and Michelle Stephenson were originally chosen as the members of the group which was known as Touch When Stephenson left she was replaced by Emma Bunton The group felt insecure about the lack of a contract and were frustrated by the direction in which Heart Management was going and broke with them In 1995, they toured record labels in London and Los Angeles and after teaming up with music manager Simon Fuller they signed a deal with Virgin Records and the group name was changed to Spice Girls Their debut album, Spice, was a huge worldwide commercial success, peaked at number one in more than 17 countries, and was certified multi-platinum in 27 countries The album centred on the idea of “Girl Power”, and was compared to Beatlemania In total the album sold 30 million copies worldwide and became the biggest-selling album in music history by a girl group and one of the most successful albums of all time The first single, “Wannabe”, reached number one in 37 countries and all the following singles – “Say You’ll Be There”, “2 Become 1”, “Who Do You Think You Are” and “Mama” – also peaked at number one in United Kingdom

In 1997, they released their second album, Spiceworld, and their first two singles “Spice Up Your Life” and “Too Much”, entered the UK Albums Chart at number one, making seven consecutive number one hit singles, an all-time record for a musical group The album was a global best seller, selling 20 million copies worldwide The group also starred in their own film, Spiceworld: The Movie, which grossed $100 million worldwide The next single, “Stop”, peaked at two, breaking the sequence of number ones “Viva Forever”, another number one, was the last single before Geri Halliwell’s departure from the group in May 1998 As a four-piece, the group released “Goodbye” in late 1998 It topped the UK Singles Chart and became their third consecutive Christmas number-one – equaling the record previously set by The Beatles Before the split of the Spice Girls, Brown went on to release music with Virgin Records, the label she was signed to when a member of the Spice Girls “I Want You Back” charted at number 1 on the UK Singles Chart, and also had success around the globe The song was recorded for the soundtrack of the film Why Do Fools Fall in Love The single sold 218,000 copies and became the 82nd Bestselling British Single of the year

1999–2004: Hot and acting

Mel B in the musical Rent in 2004

In 1999, while recording her album, Brown worked with producers such as Sisqó, Teddy Riley, and Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis (Janet Jackson, Prince), with whom she was also working on the Spice Girls’ third album, Forever At the suggestion of her then-husband Jimmy Gulzar, Brown covered Cameo’s 1986 hit “Word Up” as her next solo release The track was already released on the soundtrack to Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me The song charted poorly, peaking at fourteen on the UK Singles Chart making it the lowest-charting Spice Girls-related single of the 90s Turning to television work, she hosted Pure Naughty, a weekly BBC2 magazine show focusing on black music She also hosted the MOBO Awards on two occasions, in 1998 with Bill Bellamy and in 1999 with Wyclef Jean, and took part in a BBC-funded short film entitled Fish She hosted a number of TV shows such as This Is My Moment (a talent show) for ITV1 and shot a documentary called Voodoo Princess for Channel 4 She took part in smaller projects as a presenter such as Top of the Pops, Party in the Park for The Prince’s Trust and The All Star Animal Awards She has appeared as herself in an advert for the Yorkshire tourist board in a series which included contributions from other Yorkshire-born celebrities, and in the film Happy Birthday Oscar Wilde

Brown’s debut album, Hot was released in October 2000, a month before the final Spice Girls album, Forever was released Following the release of Forever, which was far less successful than their previous two albums, the Spice Girls stopped recording and the members began investing more time into their solo careers The lead single from the Hot, “Tell Me”, debuted at No 4 in the UK charts with about 40,000 copies sold in its first week of release It sold approximately 100,000 copies, making it the 158th “best seller” of 2000 Further singles were released in February 2001; “Feels So Good” which had peaked at No 5, followed by a “Lullaby”, a pop number dedicated to her daughter It was accompanied by a video shot in Morocco and featured Brown with Phoenix Chi The media criticised Brown for using her child in the music video and single artwork, labeling her Desperate Spice and insinuating that she was exploiting her child as a marketing tool The single entered and peaked at No 13 The album was not a success and garnered mediocre reviews, selling a disappointing 7,419 copies in its first week and charting at a weak No 28 leading to Virgin dumping Brown from their label In 2002, Brown released her autobiography, Catch a Fire, which reached No 7 in the official books chart, and saw her touring the UK to promote it with a run of book signings In 2003 Brown’s first movie role came in the form of a British drama, Burn It She appeared in a horror film entitled, LD 50 Lethal Dose, which was released directly to DVD in 2005 She acted in a long run of shows as part of the cast for The Vagina Monologues She was in the movie The Seat Filler, co-produced by Will Smith and starring Destiny’s Child star Kelly Rowland In April 2004, Brown was approached to take part in the musical Rent as Mimi Marquez In Netherlands

2005–2008: LA State of Mind and Spice Girls reunion

Mel B performing in 2007 with the Spice Girls

After Rent, Brown became interested in recording new songs Since her breakup with Virgin in 2001, she remained distant from music, not interested in a return She had a leading role in the thriller Telling Lies, and decided to release them a year later through an independent label, Amber Café The only single from the album, “Today”, saw a UK release in June 2005 “Today” entered the singles chart at No 41, selling around 1,000 copies in its first week The album, LA State of Mind, was released on 27 June 2005 in two formats: as a regular CD and as a limited edition with a 30-minute DVD documentary detailing Brown’s life in Los Angeles In a scathing review, AllMusic stated that this album was one of the worst pop albums of the decade The album was also released with a bonus DVD featuring an in-depth documentary filmed and directed by Mark McConnell Brown said she did not sign with a major label because the album was a non-commercial project She also shied away from recording in an R&B or hip hop style again, instead focusing on using adult themes and rhythms such as in acoustic music following an appearance in the film Love Thy Neighbor

In September 2007, Brown joined the fifth season of the US television dance competition, Dancing with the Stars with her partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy On 27 November 2007, they took second place in the show, losing to Hélio Castroneves and his partner, Julianne Hough That year, the Spice Girls re-grouped and announced plans for a reunion tour, from which they were said to have earned £10 million each (approximately $20 million) The band said that they are still enjoying doing their “own thing” The group decided to release their first compilation album, Greatest Hits, in early November 2007 and the tour began on 2 December 2007 During one Spice Girls performance at London’s The O2 Arena, the band’s children, including Brown’s children accompanied her on stage during “Mama”, along with the other Spice Girls’ children During the reformation filmmaker Bob Smeaton directed an official film of the tour entitled Spice Girls: Giving You Everything As well as their sell-out tour, the Spice Girls were contracted to appear in Tesco advertisements, for which they were paid £1 million each

2009–2018: Television and other projects

Mel B at The New Face of Jenny Craig, in 2011

In April 2009, Brown joined actress and former Dancing with the Stars champion Kelly Monaco as original stars of a Las Vegas revue called Peepshow at the Las Vegas Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino On 17 August 2009, Brown was announced as a visiting panellist on ITV1’s daily lunchtime show Loose Women She appeared for a week of shows during September 2009 In January 2010, Brown was selected to replace Marissa Jaret Winokur as the new host of Oxygen’s weight loss show Dance Your Ass Off In September 2010, her own reality show aired on the Style Network called Mel B: It’s a Scary World In November 2010, the virtual computer game Get Fit with Mel B, was released in North America and Europe Brown served as a celebrity mentor on the second season of the Australian version of The X Factor during week 8 of the live shows in 2010 During the results show, she performed a duet with the remaining five acts singing “Stop” originally by the Spice Girls In April 2011, it was announced that Brown would replace Kyle Sandilands as a judge for the third series of the Australian version of The X Factor alongside Ronan Keating, Guy Sebastian and fellow new judge Natalie Bassingthwaighte (who replaced Natalie Imbruglia) For her first series on the show, she was given the Girls category In February 2012, Brown was announced to replace Sonia Kruger as co-host on the Australian version of Dancing with the Stars In February of that year, rumours circled of a Spice Girls reunion Brown revealed that the band were working on some projects for later in the year, including a musical featuring their back catalogue On 31 March, it was announced that Brown signed a global partnership with EMI Music Australia for the release of her third studio album, but she later broke from the contract

Brown returned for the fourth series of The X Factor and mentored the Boys category Her act Jason Owen reached the final, but finished in second place after losing out to Samantha Jade, mentored by Guy Sebastian In June 2012, it was confirmed that Brown would become a guest judge for the Manchester auditions of the British version of The X Factor alongside Louis Walsh, Gary Barlow and Tulisa Contostavlos

In July 2012, Brown reunited with the Spice Girls for a one-off performance at the 2012 Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony in London, performing a medley of their hits “Wannabe” and “Spice Up Your Life” The performance was the most tweeted moment of the entire Olympics with over 116,000 tweets on Twitter per minute Later in the year, the Spice Girls reunited again to launch and attend the premiere of Viva Forever! In addition to the promotion of the musical, the group appeared in the documentary, Spice Girls’ Story: Viva Forever! which aired on 24 December 2012 on ITV1

In March 2013 it was confirmed that Brown would judge Australia’s Got Talent along with Dawn French The same month, it was confirmed that Brown would not return as a judge for the fifth season of The X Factor due to her commitments with Australia’s Got Talent Brown was replaced by Dannii Minogue On 9 April 2013, the Australian Associated Press reported that Brown was off the chain and banned from judging on Australia’s Got Talent after Seven, the Australian TV network that airs The X Factor, filed suit to prevent Brown from appearing on any rival networks The judge ruled that Brown was still under contract with Seven until January 2014, thus preventing her from appearing on a program aired by another network until after that date The Nine Network confirmed rumours on 29 April that they had hired former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell to replace Brown

Mel B at Civic Hotel in Australia

She had a small part in the final episode of the ITV2 drama series Secret Diary of a Call Girl In 2013, she returned to acting in the Lifetime movie Twelve Trees of Christmas From August to September 2013, she became a judge on the televised dancing show, Stepping Out, alongside choreographers Wayne Sleep and Jason Gardiner That month, Brown released her first single in eight years, “For Once in My Life”, from her untitled and unreleased third studio album The single peaked at No2 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs charts

On 20 February 2013, NBC had announced that Brown would be a judge on America’s Got Talent for its eighth season, alongside Howie Mandel, Howard Stern, fellow new judge Heidi Klum, and eventually Simon Cowell, who replaced Stern in 2016 Brown had replaced Sharon Osbourne She judged seasons 8 through 13, and the first season of America’s Got Talent: The Champions before her departure was announced in February 2019 and replaced by Gabrielle Union

In late 2014, she appeared on The Big Fat Quiz of the Year and a sketch with the cast of Coronation Street for charity telethon Text Santa

Early 2014, Brown become a coach on the Australian version of The Voice Kids, alongside singers Joel Madden and Delta Goodrem In June, she was confirmed as the fourth judge for the eleventh series of the British version of The X Factor, replacing Nicole Scherzinger Emma Bunton joined her in Cancun, Mexico for the judges’ houses stage of The X Factor In December 2014, it was announced that Brown would miss The X Factor final due to illness In the same year, Brown became a guest co-host on the Breakfast program of Sydney radio station 2Day FM, alongside Jules Lund, Merrick Watts and Sophie Monk Brown’s and co-hosts replaced top hosts Kyle and Jackie O who moved to a rival station

On 16 June 2015, it was confirmed that she would not return for the twelfth series of The X Factor and was replaced by Rita Ora She began presenting Lip Sync Battle UK, the British adaption of Lip Sync Battle, on Channel 5 in January 2016, alongside Professor Green

In 2016, Brown guest judged at The X Factor at the London auditions, standing in for Scherzinger, while she had other commitments In 2016 she announced that the Spice Girls – except for Victoria Beckham and Melanie C – were working on new material and a 20th anniversary tour for 2017 The song “Song for Her” was later leaked online featuring the bandmembers Plans for a reunion were dropped when Geri Halliwell announced she was expecting her second child Brown also confirmed her return to The X Factor Australia replacing Minogue, after a three-year absence As only three categories were announced, she got a new category, Underdogs, where she chose an eliminated act from each of their categories to bring back to form a new category In 2017 she returned to Broadway to star in the musical Chicago as Roxie Hart Around the same time, she returned to acting in the movie Chocolate City: Vegas Strip guestarring Robert Ri’chard, Michael Jai White, Mekhi Phifer, Vivica A Fox and Ginuwine The same month, she had made a cameo in the movie Killing Hasselhoff guest-starring David Hasselhoff and Justin Bieber In late 2017, Brown had a cameo in the music video for “Spice Girl” by Aminé

2018–present: Second Spice Girls reunion and The Masked Singer

On 5 November 2018, Brown announced the Spice Girls reunion tour on her Instagram profile It was confirmed that Brown and ex-bandmates Melanie C, Emma Bunton and Geri Halliwell—but not Victoria Beckham, who Brown dressed as for Halloween the previous week — would return for a 13-date UK and Ireland stadium tour Spice World – 2019 Tour, their first for a decade

In 2021, Brown appeared on the second series of The Masked Singer as “Seahorse” and finished in 11th place In May 2021, Brown collaborated with Fabio D’Andrea in his short music film, “Love Should Not Hurt”, in support of Women’s Aid In 2021, she also appeared on the Spanish version of The Masked Singer as “Medusa” and finished in ninth place Mel B later appeared on the panel of fourth season of the Australian version of The Masked Singer as a replacement for Dannii Minogue

Brown was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2022 New Year Honours for services to charitable causes and vulnerable women Brown was also appointed as a tourism ambassador from the United Kingdom to Nevis in 2022 She was also selected to replace Leona Lewis as a judge on the Paramount+ reality series Queen of the Universe

Personal life

From 1996 to 1997, Brown dated Icelandic businessman Fjölnir Thorgeirsson

In March 1998, she began a relationship with Dutch dancer Jimmy Gulzar while on the Spiceworld Tour The couple became engaged on 13 May 1998, Brown became pregnant that June, and the couple were married in Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire, on 13 September 1998 Brown changed her stage name to Melanie G while they were married Their daughter, Phoenix Chi Gulzar, was born on 19 February 1999 Brown filed for divorce in 2000, and the divorce was finalised later that year Brown won custody, and paid a settlement of £125m to Gulzar Gulzar was prosecuted for threatening Brown and attacking her sister Danielle In August 2001, Gulzar was found guilty of the assault, but later cleared by the court

From 2000 to 2002, Brown was in a relationship with actor Max Beesley

From 2002 to 2006, she was in a relationship with film producer Christine Crokos Brown and Crokos lived together in Los Angeles, California Speaking to Gay Star News about the relationship, she said: ‘It wasn’t experimentation I fell in love with a woman for five years An experiment doesn’t last five years’ Asked about the relationship, Brown said: “People call me lesbian, bisexual or heterosexual, but I know who’s in my bed and that’s it I have a huge libido and a great sex life” Brown and Crokos’s relationship ended in 2006 Brown said that she had had a four-year relationship with a woman when she was in her teens In 2019, Brown confirmed rumours that she and Geri Halliwell had sex during the height of the Spice Girls’ fame She said: “It just happened, and we just giggled at it and that was it”

Brown became the subject of tabloid stories during her relationship with Hollywood actor Eddie Murphy, who fathered Brown’s second child, Angel Iris Murphy Brown, born 3 April 2007 By early December 2006, Brown and Murphy had separated Murphy told a journalist that the parentage of Brown’s unborn baby could not be proven until a paternity test was performed On 22 June 2007, a court-ordered DNA test confirmed that Murphy was the child’s father Murphy admitted paternity and indicated that he and Brown had reached a paternity settlement of $7 million

In February 2007, Brown began dating Stephen Belafonte, a film producer The couple secretly married on 6 June 2007 in Las Vegas at A Special Memory Wedding Chapel They renewed their vows in front of their families on 8 November 2008 in Hurghada, Egypt On 1 September 2011, Brown gave birth to her third daughter, Madison Brown Belafonte

Brown and Belafonte separated in December 2016 Brown filed for divorce in March 2017, and accused Belafonte of emotional and physical abuse In court, Belafonte’s representative said that due to the couple’s “extravagant and affluent” lifestyle, Brown had “wiped out all her Spice Girls money – approximately $50 million (£383 million), if not more” The divorce was finalised on 15 December 2017 Brown cited her divorce from Belafonte and her father’s death as her reasons for seeking treatment for PTSD In November 2018, Brown became a patron of the domestic violence survivors’ charity, Women’s Aid

In December 2018, Brown fell, breaking several of her ribs and suffering a serious cut to her hand, for which she underwent emergency surgery

In October 2022, Brown announced she had got engaged to boyfriend Rory McPhee It is thought the pair have been in a relationship since 2018

Filmography

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Coronation Street Amy Nelson Recurring role
1993–1994 Emmerdale Appeared as an extra
1998 MOBO Awards Presenter with Bill Bellamy
1999 Pure Naughty Presenter
1999 MOBO Awards Presenter with Wyclef Jean
2001 This Is My Moment Presenter
2002 Voodoo Princess Presenter Television documentary
2003 Burn It Claire McAdams Main role
2005 Bo’ Selecta! Herself Episode: “Avid Merrion’s Christmas Special”
2007 Dancing with the Stars US Contestant Season 5
Entertainment Tonight Reporter
2008 Access Hollywood Reporter
Miss Universe 2008 Presenter
The Singing Office Presenter
Step It Up and Dance Guest judge Episode: “A Scary Surprise”
2009 Loose Women Panellist Series 14
Living on the Breadline Mother Television documentary
2010 Dance Your Ass Off Presenter Season 2
Mel B: It’s a Scary World Herself Reality television
2010–2012, 2016 The X Factor Australia Judge / Mentor Season 2 (guest)
Season 3–4, 8 (principal)
2011 Secret Diary of a Call Girl Sylvia Burke Episode: “48”
2012 The Spice Girls Story: Viva Forever! Herself Television documentary
Dancing with the Stars Australia Presenter Season 12
Britain’s Next Top Model Judge / Mentor Episode: “13 August 2012”
2012–2016 The X Factor UK Judge / Mentor Season 9 and 13 (guest)
Season 11 (principal)
2013 Stepping Out Judge
2013–2018 America’s Got Talent Judge Season 8–13
2013 Twelve Trees of Christmas Cordelia Television film
The Eric Andre Show Herself
Miss Universe 2013 Presenter
2014 Whose Line Is It Anyway Herself Episode: “Mel B”
The Voice Kids: Australia Judge / Mentor
The Pro Herself Television film
Black Dynamite Connie Lingus Voice; Episode: “How Honeybee Got Her Groove Back”
MOBO Awards Presenter with Sarah-Jane Crawford
Text Santa Santa’s body guard Television special
Big Fat Quiz of the Year Panelist On a team with Micky Flanagan
2015 RuPaul’s Drag Race Guest judge Season 7
Episodes: “ShakesQueer” and “Countdown to the Crown”
2016 Running Wild With Bear Grylls Herself Episode: “7 September 2016”
2016–2018 Lip Sync Battle UK Presenter
2018 Loose Women Regular panellist
2019 America’s Got Talent: The Champions Judge
2019–2020 Celebrity Juice Team Captain 2 series
2020 Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel Celebrity Expert on The Spice Girls
2021 The Masked Singer UK Herself/The Seahorse
Mask Singer: Adivina quién canta Herself/The Jellyfish (Medusa)
Name That Tune Herself Guest
2022 The Circle Season 4 Contestant Played with Emma Bunton, as catfish “Jared”
The Masked Singer Australia Judge Season 4
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Guest judge Series 4

Films

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Spice World Scary Spice (Herself) Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress
Nominated – Golden Raspberry Award for Worst New Star
1998 Creche Landing Lola Voice
2003 LD 50 Lethal Dose Louise
2004 Happy Birthday Oscar Wilde Herself Documentary
2005 The Seat Filler Sandie
Telling Lies Maggie Thomas
2006 Love Thy Neighbor Lonnie
2007 Giving You Everything Herself Documentary
2014 Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast Fury Voice (UK version)
2017 Chocolate City: Vegas Strip Brandy
Killing Hasselhoff Herself
2021 Love Should Not Hurt Victim Short Film in support of Women’s Aid

Theatre credits

Year Title Role
2004 Rent Mimi Marquez
2016–2017 Chicago Roxanne “Roxie” Hart
2019 Brutally Honest Herself

Discography

Main article: Mel B discography
  • Hot (2000)
  • LA State of Mind (2005)

Bibliography

  • Brown, Melanie (2002) Catch a Fire: The Autobiography Headline Book Publishing ISBN 978-0755310630
  • Brown, Melanie (2018) Brutally Honest Quadrille Publishing Ltd ISBN 9781787133525

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