Mel B has revealed how she suffered an awkward date with a celebrity after finding him through a dating website where privates were ‘lined up against milk cartons’ to determine their size.
In another scandalous confession from her autobiography Brutally Honest, serialised in The Sun on Sunday, the Spice Girl, 43, described how a friend told her about a secret website full of famous unattached guys.
The stars would upload images, with privates ‘lined up against a milk or juice carton so you could gauge the size’, the popstar explained.
Ouch! Mel B has revealed how she suffered an awkward date with a celebrity after finding him through a dating website where privates were ‘lined up against milk cartons’
After choosing one out of the line-up, Mel said: ‘I met him (young, handsome, very famous) in a hotel room. It was horribly awkward and nothing happened (it was obviously easier with a milk carton).
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‘I tried again with another famous [manhood] in another hotel room. Same result. Mortifying. I’d have had better luck in Leeds with a builder.’
The mother-of-three said the awkward encounters led her to give up on famous men and date ‘normal, regular guys’ as they were ‘way better’.
Dating scene: The Spice Girl, 43, described how a friend told her about a secret website full of famous unattached guys
Opening up in her new autobiography, the Scary Spice also spoke candidly about her drug use during her ten-year marriage to film producer Stephen, 43.
She confessed to snorting six lines of cocaine a day while working on The X Factor ‘to get her through living’ with her husband.
Admitting she started her day with two lines of cocaine during the series, Mel said: ‘I was a sad, pathetic person. I was out of control. I was probably taking five or six lines a day before and after work,’ report the publication.
She wrote: ‘I was so low that two weeks into filming The X Factor I’d started using cocaine to get me through the run of the show. To get me through living with Stephen, which felt like neurotic claustrophobia.’
Struggles: Mel and Stephen Belafonte (pictured in 2015), 43, married in 2007 before finally splitting in August, with their £10million divorce playing out in public in a Los Angeles court
The Spice Girls star revealed she was entering a UK-based therapy centre in September after being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder as she wants to be a ‘better version’ of herself for her children – Phoenix Chi Gulzar, 19, Angel Iris Murphy Brown, 11, and seven-year-old Madison Brown Belafonte.
Mel and Stephen married in 2007 Mel but later divorced in December last year after a long-running battle in which lurid tales of kinky sex, drug and alcohol abuse and allegations of domestic violence made headlines.
Despite their divorce being finalised, the disagreements over children’s custody and finances have dragged on through the summer.
Brutally Honest by Melanie Brown with Louise Gannon (Quadrille, £17.99) is published on November 27. The Brutally Honest audiobook is available exclusively on audible.co.uk.
The reveal: Brutally Honest by Melanie Brown with Louise Gannon (Quadrille, £17.99) is published on November 27