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Mel C puts on a leggy display in orange shorts and blazer as she enjoys day four of Wimbledon 

Mel C puts on a leggy show in orange shorts and matching blazer as she enjoys day four of Wimbledon

Mel C showed her chic sense of style as she attended the fourth day of Wimbledon in London on Thursday.

The Spice Girls star, 48, put on a leggy display for the outing as she donned a pair of bright orange shorts which she wore with a matching blazer.

The hitmaker also wore a low-cut top for the outing, while adding height to her frame with beige open-toed heels.

Looks good: Mel C showed off her chic sense of style in an orange outfit as she attended the fourth day of Wimbledon in London on Thursday

Looks good: Mel C showed off her chic sense of style in an orange outfit as she attended the fourth day of Wimbledon in London on Thursday

Mel – whose full name is Melanie Chisolm – styled her brunette locks in loose waves for a day.

The star appeared in a good mood as she enjoyed the match from the stands with her friends.

The outing comes after Mel recently hinted that the Spice Girls could be playing Glastonbury next year.

The iconic ’90s girl group, also consisting of Mel B (Scary), Geri Horner (Ginger) and Emma Bunton (Baby), reunited for a 2019 tour, without Victoria Beckham (Posh).

Fashion: The Spice Girls star, 48, put on a leggy display for the outing as she donned bright orange shorts

Style: The hitmaker also wore a low-cut top for the outing, while adding height to her frame with beige open-toe heels

Fashion: The Spice Girls star, 48, put on a leggy display for the outing as she donned bright orange shorts

Radiant: Mel - whose full name is Melanie Chisolm - styled her brunette locks for the day in loose waves

Radiant: Mel – whose full name is Melanie Chisolm – styled her brunette locks for the day in loose waves

But Sporty Spice has a ‘feel good’ that Posh Spice would say yes to playing the legendary music festival.

Mel C spoke to BBC Entertainment Correspondent Colin Paterson live from the festival in Somerset on Thursday.

She said, ‘It’s the dream, the absolute dream, yes, we’d love to do it. You know what, the girls and I, we talked about it.

“You know, it’s the biggest stage in the world, we have the best festival in the world here.”

Outing: The star appeared in good spirits as she enjoyed the match from the stands with her friends

Outing: The star appeared in good spirits as she enjoyed the match from the stands with her friends

Future: The outing comes after Mel recently hinted that the Spice Girls could be playing Glastonbury next year

Future: The outing comes after Mel recently hinted that the Spice Girls could be playing Glastonbury next year

Mel said, 'It's the dream, the absolute dream, yes, we'd love to do it.  You know what, the girls and I, we talked about it'

Mel said, ‘It’s the dream, the absolute dream, yes, we’d love to do it. You know what, the girls and I, we talked about it’

She added: 'You know, it's the biggest stage in the world, we have the best festival in the world here'

She added: ‘You know, it’s the biggest stage in the world, we have the best festival in the world here’

Asked if they could persuade the fashion designer to do the hit festival with them, she replied, “Hmm, I have a good feeling about it.”

The Who I Am singer previously urged fans to start a petition to campaign for festival bookings.

Speaking on the podcast Reign with Josh Smith last year, she said, “I don’t think we were asked to be honest, we weren’t asked to do it, but I do believe it could be something that see all five girls on stage. Should we start a petition then?’

'Dream gig': The iconic '90s girl group, also consisting of (pictured left to right) Emma Bunton (baby), Mel C, Victoria Beckham (posh), Geri Halliwell (ginger) and Mel B (Scary) ( pictured in 1996)

‘Dream gig’: The iconic ’90s girl group, also consisting of (pictured left to right) Emma Bunton (baby), Mel C, Victoria Beckham (posh), Geri Halliwell (ginger) and Mel B (Scary) ( pictured in 1996)

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