Mel C Book Review
Nothing strikes fear into the heart of a celebrity like the prospect of a tell-all book. And so it has been for Melanie Chisholm, better known as Sporty Spice from the iconic girl band that rose to fame after answering a fateful advertisement in 1996. Her new memoir, Who I Am, reveals her highs and lows.
Who I Am
In her new memoir, Mel C — the former Sporty Spice of the Spice Girls — opens up about her past. From her fractured home life to her career in music, she reveals the highs and lows of her experiences along the way. But she also shares the true story of the Spice Girls, from a group brought together by a fateful advert to a global phenomenon that spread the message of Girl Power to stadiums around the world.
Her book is filled with laughs and heartache, as well as an honest portrayal of how she dealt with the pressures of fame. It’s a powerful read that will leave you feeling inspired. And, if nothing else, it will remind you of the meaning behind the song Zig-a-zig-ah.