Mel B puts on a busty display in a cut-out jumpsuit at the Pride of Manchester Awards after receiving MBE for services to domestic violence victims

Mel B made sure all eyes were on her as she arrived at the Pride of Manchester Awards at the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel on Tuesday night.  

The Spice Girl, 46, put on a busty display as she showed off her ample cleavage in a cut-out detail jumpsuit. 

Her outing comes less than a week after she received her MBE for services to domestic violence victims from Prince William at Buckingham Palace.

Stunner: Mel B made put on a busty display in a black jumpsuit as she arrived at the Pride of Manchester Awards 2022 on Tuesday night

Stunner: Mel B made put on a busty display in a black jumpsuit as she arrived at the Pride of Manchester Awards 2022 on Tuesday night

The singer, channeled her Scary Spice persona as she attended the event in a floor length leopard print coat.

Keeping with the animal print theme, she elevated her height with a pair of matching platform sandals which complemented her flared trousers. 

She wore her hair in its natural curls and donned a radiant makeup look with a dark eyeliner and soft lip. 

Mel oozed confidence as she brought attention to her bust as she wore a layered body chain which she teamed with a gold statement necklace. 

Statement: The singer, channeled her Scary Spice persona once again as she attended the star-studded event in a floor length leopard print coat

Statement: The singer, channeled her Scary Spice persona once again as she attended the star-studded event in a floor length leopard print coat

Coordinating: Keeping with the animal print theme, she elevated her height with a pair of matching platform sandals which complemented her flared trousers
Strike a pose: The singer looked the picture of confidence as she walked the red carpet on the night

Coordinating: Keeping with the animal print theme, she elevated her height with a pair of matching platform sandals which complemented her flared trousers

Last Wednesday, she received royal honours in the first major investiture at Buckingham Palace since the start of the pandemic. 

The singer who was accompanied by proud mum Andrea, was named in the New Year Honours for services to charitable causes and vulnerable women.

On her special day at the Queen 's London residence, where she was appointed an MBE by Prince William , the singer looked stunning in a red dress - designed by fellow Spice Girl Victoria Beckham - an accompanying headpiece and white heels.

Mel, who was also wearing jewellery by Robinson Pelham, could not keep the smile from her face as proudly as she received the reputable accolade from the Duke Of Cambridge, after presenting him her best curtesy. 

The Woman's Aid patron dedicated her MBE to other people who suffered in abusive relationships. 

Bling: Mel oozed confidence as she brought attention to her bust as she wore a layered body chain which she teamed with a gold statement necklace around her beck

Bling: Mel oozed confidence as she brought attention to her bust as she wore a layered body chain which she teamed with a gold statement necklace around her beck 

Proud:  Mel was joined by Professor Erinma Bell MBE DL who won the Spirit of Manchester award and Andy Burnham in the winners room on the night

Proud:  Mel was joined by Professor Erinma Bell MBE DL who won the Spirit of Manchester award and Andy Burnham in the winners room on the night 

Speaking to The Sun about learning she had received the honour, she said: 'I thought about all the women I've met over the past few years who have been through terrible situations, women who have died, women who are still suffering. 

'This, for me, was all about them. It still is.'

She continued: 'Receiving that letter telling me about the MBE... it was the first time I thought that I'd done something.

'Not as a Spice Girl, but as Melanie Brown - this working-class, mixed-race kid from Leeds who has always done her own thing, regardless.

'That made me feel incredibly proud of myself, of all women who've been through similar experiences and of all the people who have helped me along this path.'

Well-deserved: Mel received her MBE for services to domestic violence victims from Prince William in the first major investiture at Buckingham Palace since the start of the pandemic last week

Well-deserved: Mel received her MBE for services to domestic violence victims from Prince William in the first major investiture at Buckingham Palace since the start of the pandemic last week 

Melanie split from her film producer ex-husband Stephen Belafonte in 2017 after a decade.

She claimed in her 2018 memoir Brutally Honest that she had suffered abuse - allegations Belafonte has repeatedly denied.

Mel's father Martin died from cancer following an eight-year illness in 2017.

The singer said that after telling her mother the news of her MBE, she had driven to his graveside to share the news with him.

Pop star Mel said that, apart from the women who have suffered, she wanted to dedicate her award to her father.

She said he 'started the journey I will be on for the rest of my life', working as much as possible to raise awareness for domestic abuse.

Happy moment: The Spice Girl, 46, who was accompanied by proud mum Andrea, was named in the New Year Honours for services to charitable causes and vulnerable women

Happy moment: The Spice Girl, 46, who was accompanied by proud mum Andrea, was named in the New Year Honours for services to charitable causes and vulnerable women

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Mel B puts on a busty display in a cut-out jumpsuit at the Pride of Manchester Awards

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