Mel C admitted that all five members of the Spice Girls were all "average" singers
Despite being one of the best-selling pop groups of all time, band member Mel C admitted there was nothing "special" about her and her bandmates Victoria Beckham, Geri Horner, Mel B and Emma Bunton.
On DJ Annie Mac's podcast, Changes, the pop star admitted that she and her bands mates Posh, Ginger, Scary and Baby were just "average" in a shocking confession.
She said: "We still laugh about it now because we are just so average in so many ways.
"We're not special. But we were able to create something really special that so many people could identify with."
Formed in 1994, Spice Girls' debut album Spice sold more than 30million copies worldwide, quickly becoming the best-selling album by a female group in history.
Speaking about the band's stellar success in the 90s, the Wannabe singer shared that she never would have believed the band would rocket to overnight success.
Mel said: "There's so much about the Spice Girls which you cannot explain.
"We were lucky – all the stars aligned. All these great things happened but there's something unexplainable about the five of us – it's just magical.
"We have this shared vision – it just gave us this strength and this power."
Their debut single Wannabe hit No.1 in 37 countries in 1996.
Mel added: "For all of my self-doubt or all of my fears, the belief that everybody else had, we had in each other.
"It just catapulted us into making people believe that we were going to be in the biggest band in the world
"And we were gonna make a movie and that it was going to be a huge success."
During the six years before their hiatus in 2000, the Spice Girls were nominated for a whopping nine BRIT Awards and won five of them.
Mel has appeared in a long string of TV shows since her Spice Girls day, including Dancing With the Stars, Asia's Got Talent and more recently The Voice Kids.
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