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Mel B's daughter rushed to hospital

Mel B has told how her daughter Angel has been diagnosed with a suspected heart murmur.

The Spice Girl, 38, told Australia's 2DayFM how she rushed the six-yearold - whose father is the actor Eddie Murphy - to hospital in Los Angeles, but doctors are yet to establish the cause of the bleeding.

Mel revealed: "This morning's been a little bit crazy because my six-year-old, Angel, was feeling not very well yesterday, she was a little bit dizzy and had her first ever nose bleed so I kept her off school.

"And then this morning, she woke up completely disoriented and blood was just funnelling out of her nose like there was no tomorrow, so I rush her to the emergency room."

Describing her morning, Mel, who is married to Stephen Belafonte, said: "I just left there half an hour ago. She had blood tears and she's got like a heart murmur thing on, poor little thing.

"They don't know [what's wrong]. They've done a bunch of blood tests so we're just waiting for all that stuff to come back.

"They're thinking it's either like some kind of a heart murmur or vessel infection or sinus infection. A lot is going on."

Mel, also known as Scary Spice, was also asked about the Spice Girls reuniting.

The mother-of-three said: "Me out of the five is always the one saying yes, I mean of course we're going to come back and do something... It's just getting everyone else to say that too," she said.

"At some point this year I do hope to be performing with the Spice Girls and if not, I'm going to have to kill them all!"

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