OK! Exclusive: That Time I Stalked Melanie Brown on The America's Got Talent Red Carpet

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Jul. 25 2013, Published 7:38 p.m. ET

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If you've read any of my stuff here at, you know that I love the Spice Girls. I talked about how their 2008 reunion tour was my favorite concert I've ever been to, and then there was also that post I wrote for Mel B's birthday where I went into vivid detail about my 6th grade obsession with them. Borderline creeper status. So when got an invite to attend the red carpet at Radio City Music Fall for America's Got Talent, the NBC reality show for which Mel B. is currently a judge, I was like um hi, I volunteer as tribute.

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So above is the video of how it all happened, about my quest to find Mel B, my childhood idol. You'll have to watch the video above to find out if I actually got to meet Mel or not. Plus, watch it to see all the famous people (including Heidi Klum and Howard Stern!) whom I encountered on my red carpet journey. And then, tell me on Twitter @haleyb221 if you think I did a good job and/or if I was being creepy or just a regular ol' fan. Please don't be mean though.

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What do you think of my quest for Mel B.? Was it funny or kinda creepy? Are you happy with the result or would it have been better if the opposite had happened? PLEASE, tell me what you're thinking on Twitter @haleyb221!


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