Mel B & Her Girls Bring Some ‘Spice’ To The Kids’ Choice Awards

Mel B & Her Girls Bring Some 'Spice' To The Kids' Choice Awards

Melanie Brown (aka “Mel B”) and her gorgeous girls Phoenix, 12, and Angel, 3, spiced up the orange carpet at Nickelodeon’s 24th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (April 2) in Los Angeles.

Though she’s currently expecting her first child with husband, Stephen Belafonte, Brown’s bump was barely visible under her neon frock, despite looking quite pregnant just last week in Beverly Hills.

The former pop star’s youngest daughter, Angel, also got to watch as her biological father, Eddie Murphy, took home the blimp for “Favorite Voice From An Animated Movie” for his role as the beloved character “Donkey” in the Shrek films.

The actor, who shares his April 3rd birthday with his daughter (Happy Birthday Angel!) had the entire audience sing “Happy Birthday” to him when accepting his award.

After a rocky start, Melanie says that she and Murphy are on better terms now, stating that, “Everything’s like water under the bridge.”

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  1. Anonymous

    Yeah, where’d that bump go?? Was she wearing a pregnancy pad or sth? Weird way of attracting paps if that’s what she was after.

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    • Lou x

      on her twitter, mel b sais a few days ago that her bump always seems to ‘pop’ at a certain time every night and not really show during the day…not sure if that even happens, but that’s what she put! haha x

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      • Anonymous

        I’m nine months pregnant and throughout my pregnancy, I’ve experienced moments where I really am popped out, and other times, not so much. It happens.

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  2. Anonymous

    Angel is adorable. Phoenix…. not so much.

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    • Anonymous

      I really do not understand the need to make such horrible comments about a child (or anyone, actually). What purpose is served by telling people that you don’t think a child is cute? Does it make you feel better about yourself?

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  3. layla

    I really do not understand why people take some random person opinion about a celebrity child looks so serious. not everyone going to find phoenix or any other child beautiful.

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