Written by Melanie Burton, November 16, 2016

Earlier this year she turned down the opportunity to rejoin the Spice Girls, and now Mel C has revealed she was ‘bullied’ during her time in the famous girl group.

Yep, while she refused to ‘name any names’, Mel explained the ‘bully’ in the group has since ‘apologised’ to her, and they have addressed their issues.

Any guesses of who it could be?

Speaking about her new single Version Of Me to Attitude magazine, Mel C says she wishes she was ‘a bit stronger’ during her time in the Spice Girls, alongside Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Melanie Brown.

“‘Version of Me is about being bullied. About being in a situation as a young adult where I felt bullied and how that has affected me, and molded me in a way,” she revealed.

When asked if the bullying happened during her time in the Spice Girls, she explained: “Yes. I’m not going to name names. But yes. It’s been addressed, they were aware of what they’d done. They apologised.

“Now I’m older, I’m a lot more confident and I will not be s**t upon. But when I was younger I let people s**t on me. What’s done is done but I’d have liked to have been a bit stronger.”

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