Melanie C Dishes About On-Stage Cameo with Coldplay at Hollywood Bowl
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Melanie C had quite an eventful weekend after her elimination from Dancing With the Stars. After her elimination she shared just how shocked she was to be out of the competition, but she’s definitely bounced back. This spice girl made a surprise on-stage cameo with Coldplay at the Hollywood Bowl.
In an interview with James Corden, Melanie said she was dying to go to The Hollywood Bowl because there were a bunch of great artists performing. She saw that Coldplay was on the list, so she shot a text to Chris Martin letting him know she’d be there. To her surprise, he asked if she wanted to come on stage with the band.
“He just says, hey do you want to come to stage with us?” she said. “I was like, uhhh, no brainer.”
From there, Martin Facetimed her to figure out the details. At the time, she was in North Hollywood at a nail salon with her 12-year-old daughter.
“As all 12 year olds do, my daughter goes ugh,” Melanie said with an emphasized sigh. “She was annoyed that I was receiving a call from Chris Martin in a public place, so it was very embarrassing [for her]. Chris didn’t mind it at all, he was happy.”
After the nail salon “embarrassment,” Melanie went on to perform with Coldplay on-stage. She shared photos and a video from her time with the band on Instagram writing about how great her experience at The Hollywood Bowl really was. The singer noted that she hopes to get back to the venue with three or four certain ladies.
Am I sensing another Spice Girls concert in the future?
Mel and her professional partner Gleb Savchenko were shockingly eliminated from Dancing with the Stars after Grease Night. She landed in the bottom two against social media influence Olivia Jade. Despite the fact that both groups scored 9s across the board for impressive scores of 36 out of 40, the judges chose to save Olivia.
The elimination was a shock to all, including Mel who mentioned in a video that she was “gutted” to have been eliminated so early in the competition.