Besides beginning a whole new year on New Year’s Day, Eddie Murphy and his fiancé Tracey Edmonds began a marriage, exchanging vows in a private ceremony.
Ever since they got engaged this past July, we’ve been wondering when they’d say, “I do.” And it turns out they snuck off to a private island off the coast of Bora Bora and invited 25 of their closest friends and family for the occasion.
After spending the past few months publicly feuding with "deadbeat dad" Eddie Murphy, Melanie Brown has turned things around and is embracing a positive outlook on life.
The Spice Girl was all smiles as she made her debut on the hit ABC show "Dancing With The Stars" last night. Wearing a leopard-print ensemble, Mel B "cha-cha-cha'd her way to an impressive 24 as she shook her curvy, new-mom body with partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy."
The next installment of drama surrounding Eddie Murphy and Mel B’s past relationship involves another lawsuit. However, this time it's Eddie suing Mel, claiming extortion and defamation.
The heart of the argument revolves around a difference of opinions concerning Eddie’s legal responsibilities to the child he fathered, as well as how Mel is releasing information to the media regarding the situation.
In the age of DNA testing, it’s hard for men to deny paternity and get away with it. And Eddie Murphy is feeling the sting of knocking up Spice Girl Melanie Brown where it hurts the most… his wallet.
Mel has gone public with claims that Murphy hasn’t paid “one penny of child support.” In addition, Mel’s lawyer claimed that, "He (Murphy) has not indicated in his statement or to us that he plans to visit the baby."
With all the fanfare and pomp associated with David and Victoria Beckham's move to America, the former Spice Girl spent her first week here in the States showing Americans some serious attitude via attacking Eddie Murphy.
In a move of questionable taste, the usually proper Posh publicly spoke her mind about the Norbit star’s treatment of her Spice Girls partner, Mel B. Earlier this year there was a dispute over whether or not Murphy was the father of Mel’s child. And weeks later, there was biological evidence proving Mel’s claim of the actor’s paternity.
Melanie Brown (aka Scary Spice) said that she was in "complete shock" when Eddie Murphy told a reporter he wanted DNA testing before acknowledging he'd impregnated her.
"I came to see my mum for a few days as I wanted to see her in person. Then I got a flight home, landed and there was a sea of photographers. There were people shouting about a DNA test . . . I tried to call Eddie, and I couldn't get through. Then I got through, and he said he would call me back, and that was it. He never called back," Brown told OK! magazine in a recent interview.