She's from Yorkshire, so really it goes without saying that as well as being a top LAD and having cracking banter, Mel B is also hard as fucking nails. Case in point: a picture that has recently surfaced, showing that she sliced off one of her tattoos following her divorce from Stephen Belafonte.

No, I'm not shitting you here. Accorrding to a report on TMZ, the former Spice Girl took a knife and quite literally cut a chunk out of her torso to get rid of a tat of her former husband's name. Either that or someone's photographed some sushi and is having everyone on:

Credit: Splash News

It originally read: "Stephen, till death do us part you own my heart."

Don't worry though, she only removed Stephen's name, meaning that if she likes she can add a new name at a later date.

To be fair, Mel has a track record for extraordinary behaviour - last year she pissed on Bear Grylls on a TV show, aptly titled: Running Wild With Bear Grylls .

In the clip, Bear was stung by a jellyfish while showing how jellyfish can be boiled up for a protein-rich meal, Mel says: "If someone gets stung by a jellyfish you have to pee on them." She asks him: "Do you need me to pee on you?"

Watch it here:

Credit: Running Wild With Bear Grylls

Bear then addresses the camera and says: "Mel's kindly offered two or three times to provide some urine. I'm actually getting to the stage where I'm going to take her up on this offer."

Having risen to prominence as one of the Spice Girls, in recent years Mel has concentrated on a variety of non-singing projects, becoming the presenter of shows such as This Is My Moment, Top of the Pops, Party in the Park and The All Star Animal Awards.

More recently she was a judge on America's Got Talent. You go girl!

James Dawson

James Dawson is a Journalist at LADbible. He has contributed articles to LADbible’s ‘Knowing Me, Knowing EU’ series on the EU referendum, the 'Electoral Dysfunction' series on the 2017 general election, the ‘U OK M8?’ series tackling mental health amongst young men, and for its ‘Climate Change’ initiative in partnership with National Geographic.

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