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Spice Girls' Mel B suffers major wardrobe malfunction leaving onlookers stunned

Mel B MBE is no stranger when it comes to leaving fans stunned and her outing at the Pride of Manchester Awards was certainly no different.The Spice Girls superstar, 46, made an appearance at the star-studded event where she handed the Spirit of Manchester award to Professor Erinma Bell MBE.But away from the red carpet, Melanie caused a stir as onlookers were taken aback by her stunning outfit, with many believing her jumpsuit was an Alexander McQueen number.Sources revealed to us that Melanie had delayed walking the red carpet after a wardrobe incident which became clearer as the night went on.Speaking to Daily Star, an insider said: "Melanie was in high spirits throughout the night."She delayed walking the red carpet but nobody knew why until later on when she revealed her outfit had split down the back during her journey to the event."Mel took it in her stride though and wore a floor-length leopard print coat and channelling Scary Spice - but her outfit left everybody stunned."Our mole added: "People kept asking her if it was Alexander McQueen after seeing the back held together by a load of safety pins at the back but she shocked everyone when she told them what had happened."Nobody could believe that they weren't a part of the design, it looked so natural."But while everybody turned their attention to her, she pointed out that the night wasn't about her as she praised Professor Bell for winning the Pride of Manchester Award - she really wanted to highlight just how important this award was for her." Elsewhere at the event, Melanie even left her celebrity fans stunned as she raced down the red carpet to give her pal Angela Griffin a hug in front of the hoards of paparazzi.X-Factor sensation Fleur East revealed that

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BBC announced in September 2021 that the school-based programme would be returning to screens based back in Manchester with the makers of New Tricks, Wall to Wall producing it alongside a Manchester-based label, Rope Ladder Fiction who had previously worked on the show.Earlier this year, it was announced that Angela Griffin would be returning alongside Katie Griffiths as Chlo Charles and Adam Thomas as Donte Charles.While Angela's character, Kim Campbell, may have been head of pastoral care – she's now stepped up as headteacher.Speaking exclusively about the show at the Pride of Manchester Awards, she told Daily Star: "It's bloody brilliant, she's very different this time."What's happened to Kim in the last six years? You'll have to wait to find out when it comes back."She's a different person, definitely, things have happened and it all comes out when we come back."Opening up about the changes in the show and working with Katie and Adam again, she said: "It's a little bit weird because he's married with two children."To me, I find that weird because he's still a student, he's 15 but yeah, all good."Reflecting on becoming headteacher, Angela said: "Stepping into Jack's shoes, Rachel's shoes, it's really good, I'm really quite enjoying it – I think I'm a great head."The lovely Kym Marsh who is presenting is on the team."Angela attended the awards ceremony alongside new co-star Vincent Jeremone who plays her deputy head, Lindon King.He said: "You make a great head."Discussing his latest role, Vincent said: "It's an experience, it's great, everybody is wonderful and I'm having a great time."Reminiscing on the previous seasons, he said he had "dipped in and out" of watching the show.Vincent continued: "I watched more of you