Mel B goes incognito in a mask and sunglasses as she arrives on the Gold Coast ahead of lucrative new gig on The Masked Singer Australia

Mel B will call Australia home for the next few months as she stars as a new judge on The Masked Singer Australia.

The former Spice Girls singer, whose real name is Melanie Brown, touched down at Gold Coast Airport on Saturday ahead of filming. 

The 47-year-old went incognito, and was barely recognisable as she covered up in a cap, sunglasses and a face mask. 

Mel B (pictured) will call Australia home for the next few months as she stars as a new judge on The Masked Singer Australia

Mel B (pictured) will call Australia home for the next few months as she stars as a new judge on The Masked Singer Australia

The star had dressed comfortably for her lengthy international flight, donning a grey tracksuit with a rainbow design across the top. 

She added a pair of blue sneakers with matching socks, and carried an animal print tote over one arm. 

Around her waist was strapped a Gucci brand bag, valued at around AUD $1200 (GBP £680). 

The former Spice Girls singer, whose real name is Melanie Brown, touched down at Gold Coast Airport on Saturday ahead of filming

The former Spice Girls singer, whose real name is Melanie Brown, touched down at Gold Coast Airport on Saturday ahead of filming

The 47-year-old went incognito, and was barely recognisable as she covered up in a cap, sunglasses and a face mask

The 47-year-old went incognito, and was barely recognisable as she covered up in a cap, sunglasses and a face mask

The star had dressed comfortably for her lengthy international flight, donning a grey tracksuit with a rainbow design across the top

The star had dressed comfortably for her lengthy international flight, donning a grey tracksuit with a rainbow design across the top

She added a pair of blue sneakers with matching socks, and carried an animal print tote over one arm

She added a pair of blue sneakers with matching socks, and carried an animal print tote over one arm

Mel appeared to go makeup free, and finished her ensemble with rose gold Beats  headphones.  

It comes after reports that Mel could pocket as much as AUD $500,000 (GBP £283,270) for her stint on The Masked Singer Australia.   

Last week, Mel shared her Masked Singer promo shot to Instagram and said she's 'so delighted' to be returning to Australia.

Around her waist was strapped a Gucci brand bag, valued at around AUD $1200 (GBP £680)

Around her waist was strapped a Gucci brand bag, valued at around AUD $1200 (GBP £680)

Mel appeared to go makeup free, and finished her ensemble with rose gold Beats headphones

Mel appeared to go makeup free, and finished her ensemble with rose gold Beats headphones

She blended in with the locals as she strode through the terminal

 She blended in with the locals as she strode through the terminal 

It comes after reports that Mel could pocket as much as AUD $500,000 (GBP £283,270) for her stint on The Masked Singer Australia

It comes after reports that Mel could pocket as much as AUD $500,000 (GBP £283,270) for her stint on The Masked Singer Australia

'Yippee yipppeeeee I'm soooooo delighted to announce that I am gonna be a judge on The Masked Singer Australia!!!!! Soooo excited I cannot wait to get started sniffing out all the clues and having fun with the rest of the panel,' she wrote online.

 'Watch out Australia here I come!!!!!'

The Masked Singer will return to Channel 10 later this year. 

Last week, Mel shared her Masked Singer promo shot to Instagram and said she's 'so delighted' to be returning to Australia. Pictured alongside her fellow judges Chrissie Swan, Abbie Chatfield and Dave Hughes

Last week, Mel shared her Masked Singer promo shot to Instagram and said she's 'so delighted' to be returning to Australia. Pictured alongside her fellow judges Chrissie Swan, Abbie Chatfield and Dave Hughes 

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Mel B arrives on the Gold Coast ahead of lucrative new gig on The Masked Singer Australia

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