Melanie Brown Net Worth: Melanie Brown is an English R&B and pop recording artist, songwriter, dancer, actress, author, television presenter and model who has a net worth of $33 million dollars. Melanie Brown is a singer, actress, and author, most widely recognized as a member of the pop group, The Spice Girls. She has released three solo albums, embarked on a moderately successful acting career, and released her autobiography, "Catch a Fire" in 2002.
Born Melanie Janine Brown on May 29, 1975, in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, she rose to stardom as a member of the all girl group Spice Girls. As a Spice girl, she has earned various alias like "Scary Spice" and "Mel B"or "Melanie B" in order to distinguish her from her Spice Girls bandmate Melanie C. Before entering the entertainment industry in full swing, Brown studied performing arts at Intake High School, in Leeds. Initially, she started her career as a dancer and later she turned to singing career after she joined a band called Touch. Soon, she joined the English pop all girl group Spice Girls, whose members included Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Melanie Chisholm. At a time when the whole teen-band scene was saturated by boy bands like Take That and East 17, Spice Girls managed to establish themselves as a global phenomenon. They made their breakthrough with their debut single, "Wannabe", in 1996, which hit #1 in more than 30 countries. In the late 1990's, Spice Girls saw the release of their debut album, Spice, which sold more than 28 million copies worldwide and thus became the best-selling album by a female group in music history. Their subsequent releases include Spiceworld (1997), Forever (2000), as well as the compilation of hits titled Greatest Hits (2007). Brown is also known for supporting Girl Power and for launching her solo career. Melanie Brown's first solo work is the single "I Want You Back" with Missy Eliott on Virgin Records. The single charted at #1 on the UK Singles Chart, followed by the release of her debut album, Hot in 2000. Her sophomore album was 2005's L.A. State of Mind that spawned the hit single "Today". Meanwhile, she was also present in television, her recent engagements being a judge on the Australian version of The X Factor, co-presenter of the Australian version of Dancing with the Stars, as well as a judge on this year's variety talent show America's Got Talent.