Wanna Spice up your lockdown? Now you can with a Mel C chat!

It’s time to flick the peace sign and give a high-kick in your Kappa trackies, because Mel C might just be your new best friend.

The Spice Girl is offering up her infectious girl power vibes to the public via a video call with the Be My Guest initiative.

Taking part in the fundraiser, Sporty – otherwise known as Melanie Chisolm – is connecting with fans in order to raise money for some incredible charities.

The public are being encourage to donate £5 to be in with a chance of winning a chinwag with the Brit Award-winning legend, with all proceeds donated to Mind, NHS Charities Together, Refuge, and The Trussell Trust – who aim to stop hunger and poverty.

So, if you want the goss on why Geri really left, or just want to perfect your backflip skills, then you know what to do.

But if union jack dresses and platform trainers failed to spice up your life, not to worry, there’s a host of other famous faces taking part.

Olly Murs and Paloma Faith are also on the bill, with other names to be announced.

Meanwhile, Big Brother star Emma Willis and author Giovanna Fletcher – both married to Busted band members – are fronting the campaign.

Chatting about Be My Guest, Emma and Giovanna say on their website that the idea initially began over their frustrations of lockdown.

They wrote: “Since lockdown began, we’ve been feeling increasingly frustrated.

“Not because we can’t go out (to meet up for cake), see our families (for more cake), or have found ourselves knee-deep in home schooling (we’d rather be eating cake), but because we’ve been clueless on what we can do to help those outside of our homes.”

The mission statement continued: “There are those whose lives will be changed forever as a result of this crisis – either because they’ve been seeing the unthinkable while risking their own lives on the frontline, or because they’ve been pushed into poverty, unemployment or are in a vulnerable position at home.

“Whilst we’ve each donated money to various charities, praised key workers, clapped every Thursday night, and stayed connected to people who might be feeling isolated and cut off, it still didn’t seem enough and that’s how Be My Guest was born.”

Fans are being invited to enter as many times as they wish, with the draw running all day today and winners being notified tomorrow.

To be in with a chance of winning, click here: Be My Guest.