Mel B's Spicy treasure auction for CLIC

PUBLISHED: 15:01 10 October 2008 | UPDATED: 11:17 17 June 2010

FORMER Spice Girl Mel B is inviting fans to spice up their lives with a rare chance to land some of her most treasured items

FORMER Spice Girl Mel B is inviting fans to spice up their lives with a rare chance to land some of her most treasured items.

Between Monday, October 13 and Friday, October 25, the public can bid for some of the star's belongings at the CLIC Sargent shop in St Thomas Centre, Cowick Street, Exeter.

From jackets and jugs to tables and toasters, the complete contents of Mel B's former UK home is going under the hammer in an auction unlike any other!

Having moved to Los Angeles, Mel will part with some of her most cherished collectibles with all proceeds going to charity.

She learnt of the amazing work CLIC Sargent does in helping to care for children and young people with cancer and their families, and decided to give a helping hand.

To take part visit the Exeter shop, view the items on offer and put your bid in an envelope.

The winning bidder will be contacted on Monday, October 27.

Jeremy Lune, Head of Trading for CLIC Sargent, said: "We are offering the public the chance to bag a smaller piece of Mel B's home by visiting their local CLIC Sargent shop.

"This opportunity will undoubtedly offer fanatics a chance to own an invaluable piece of Spice Girls history."

The public can also join the phenomenal online auction at www.melbsale.com until 8pm on Sunday, October 26.

The Mel B sale features priceless items such as a motorbike and Bechstein Baby Grand Piano, as well her famous MTV Cribs dining table and personal copy of Spice World: The Movie.

Fans will also have a chance to bid on five stunning Roberto Cavalli outfits from the recent "Return of the Spice Girls" tour.

Other iconic items of clothing up for grabs include Mel's original jumpsuit from the first ever Spice Girls live performance in Birmingham; the outfits she wore when she met Prince Charles and Nelson Mandela; her coat from the Stop video and the show-stopping tuxedo Mel wore at the Spice World: The Movie premiere.

Mel B said: "I feel happy to be able to contribute to such an important cause.

"As a mother it was important to me to be a part of an organisation that provides clinical, emotional and financial support to children and young people with cancer, and their families.

"Every single one of these items has a personal value to me and I have no doubt that there will be something in the auction for everyone out there."

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