Mel B reflects on ‘incredible’ MBE after being honored for services to survivors of domestic violence.

EXCLUSIVE ‘It’s not my award, it’s for other survivors’: Mel B reflects on her ‘incredible’ MBE after being honored for services to the domestic violence campaign.

  • For free and confidential support, connect with a Women’s Aid worker via their instant messaging service at chat.womensaid.org.uk.

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Mel B has considered receiving her ‘incredible’ MBE in the New Year’s honors after being recognized for services to the domestic violence campaign.

As the patron of Women’s Aid, the Spice Girl, 47, is a strong advocate for women’s rights and spoke to MailOnline at the NFT Art Pre-launch for Fabio D’Andre’s music video, Love Should Not Hurt , in which he starred, held At the Black Club in London.

He said firmly: ‘It’s not my award, it’s for the rest of the survivors. MBE was crazy to me. I know that Teresa [Parker] Behind the scenes from Women’s Ed already knew about it but I had no clue so I was surprised when it happened.’

Exclusive: 'It'S Not My Award, It'S For Other Survivors': Mel B Reflects On Receiving Her 'Incredible' Mbe After Being Recognized For Services To The Domestic Violence Campaign.

EXCLUSIVE: ‘It’s not my award, it’s for other survivors’: Mel B reflects on receiving her ‘incredible’ MBE after being recognized for services to the domestic violence campaign.

The wannabe hitmaker added: ‘But you’d think getting an MBE would be for the Spice Girls, like when we won the Ivor Novellos, but getting an award like this is just because of the work I’ve done helping Teresa. What is from was unbelievable to me.’

Role model Mail added at the event, which was hosted by Crypto Club Global: ‘It’s really for everyone who supports a cause like this epidemic.’

Last year, the singer – whose campaign began in 2017 following her split from ex-husband Stephen Belafonte – starred in a short film that explored domestic violence through dance. Directed and composed by composer Fabio.

Credit: As The Patron Of Women'S Aid, The Spice Girl, 47, Is A Strong Advocate For Women'S Rights And Launched Her Campaign Following Her Split From Stephen Belafonte In 2017 (Pictured In May 2022)

Credit: As The Patron Of Women'S Aid, The Spice Girl, 47, Is A Strong Advocate For Women'S Rights And Launched Her Campaign Following Her Split From Stephen Belafonte In 2017 (Pictured In May 2022)

Credit: As the patron of Women’s Aid, the Spice Girl, 47, is a strong advocate for women’s rights and launched her campaign following her split from Stephen Belafonte in 2017 (pictured in May 2022)

Ensuring the support of the musician in its release NFTs to raise funds for the charity, The Masked Singer Australia judge jetted exclusively from Sydney to London, before driving to her home in Leeds and selflessly returning to the capital.

Mel told Mail Online: ‘Why wouldn’t I be here? I’m running on about two hours sleep and a 23 hour flight from Australia but nothing to do with Women’s Aid and my charity…especially Fabio. He made that great, amazing video, which was his idea.

‘I actually flew from Sydney so I had an eight-hour flight to Singapore, then a two-hour wait and then a 15-hour flight from Singapore to London.

Role Model: Last Year, The Singer Starred In A Short Film Exploring Domestic Violence Through Dance, Directed And Scored By Composer Fabio D'Andre.

Role Model: Last Year, The Singer Starred In A Short Film Exploring Domestic Violence Through Dance, Directed To Music By Composer Fabio D'Andre.

Role model: Last year, the singer starred in a short film exploring domestic violence through dance, directed and scored by composer Fabio D’Andre.

‘I had 12 pieces of luggage and a four-hour drive to Leeds, about four hours of sleep and then a four-hour car ride here. Now, I’m about to drive four hours back in about 5 minutes!’

The exclusive NFT collection consists of a series of unique fan artworks, created in response to Fabio’s music video, depicting the realities of the lives of women at risk of domestic violence.

Mel said: ‘I’m very proud to be a part of this project which means so much to me because it’s a combination of three things that are very important in my life: music, dance and a way to make it grow. The problem should be highlighted. Violence against women.

‘It sounds weird to say that I’m proud to show something so brutal and disturbing but it’s my mission to raise awareness about something that so many women go through every day, every week, every month of their lives. pass through

‘I have had my own experiences of abusive relationships but as a Women’s Aid mentor I have spoken to many other women, listened to their stories and know how real the risk is for many women out there. .

‘I will not stop breaking the silence and shame on this topic because it is too much and we have to stand up and do something.’

For free and confidential support, connect with a Women’s Aid worker via their instant messaging service at chat.womensaid.org.uk.

Pauls: He Spoke To Mailonline At The Nft Art Pre-Launch For Fabio'S Music Video, Love Should Not Hurt, Which He Stars In, Held At Black'S Club In London (Pictured By Mail And Fabio Is)

Pauls: He Spoke To Mailonline At The Nft Art Pre-Launch For Fabio'S Music Video, Love Should Not Hurt, Which He Stars In, Held At Black'S Club In London (Pictured By Mail And Fabio Is)

PAULS: He spoke to MailOnline at the NFT Art pre-launch for Fabio’s music video, Love Should Not Hurt, which he stars in, held at Black’s Club in London (pictured by Mail and Fabio Is)

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