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Mel B’s daughter Madison attempts to conceal the star’s modesty

She’s no stranger to flashing some flesh on the red carpet. 

Yet it seems Mel B’s latest outfit was too much for her daughter Madison’s taste, as the adorable six-year-old was seen trying to cover up her mother on Tuesday at the quarterfinals of America’s Got Talent.

The 43-year-old Spice Girl’s toned pins had been on display in her baby pink gown, which bore a risqué thigh high split.

Cover up: Mel B’s latest outfit was too much for her daughter Madison’s taste, as the six-year-old was seen trying to cover up her mum on Tuesday’s quarterfinals of America’s Got Talent

The glamorous gown featured a tulle full length skirt with a saucy split along the front, which showcased her long legs and offered a look at her pink heels.  

Featuring a sheer crystal adorned bodice over a corset, the eye-catching dress ensured all eyes would be on Mel – a fact that did not go unnoticed by her daughter. 

Posing with her mother and her friend Allison, Madison suddenly stopped to try and pull her mother’s skirt together, in a sweet bid to protect her modesty. 

Pins on parade: The 43-year-old Spice Girl's toned pins had been on display in her baby pink gown, which bore a risqué thigh high split

Pins on parade: The 43-year-old Spice Girl’s toned pins had been on display in her baby pink gown, which bore a risqué thigh high split

Mel has been a judge on America’s Got Talent since 2013, and looked in good spirits as she attended the show’s quarter-finals, despite her recent revelation that she will soon be heading to rehab. 

Mel has explained she’s planning to enter a facility to treat her post-traumatic stress disorder, not sex and booze addictions, as had been previously claimed.

The star clarified her reasons for seeking treatment at a UK facility as she made an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres’ eponymous chat show for an interview scheduled to air in the US on Wednesday.

Not a fan: Posing with her mother and her friend Allison, Madison suddenly stopped to try and pull her mother's skirt together, in a sweet bid to protect her modesty

Not a fan: Posing with her mother and her friend Allison, Madison suddenly stopped to try and pull her mother’s skirt together, in a sweet bid to protect her modesty

Speaking with guest host Lea Michele, she said of her rehab revelation: ‘Well, it kind of got a little bit skewed with. Let’s put it that way. Now, I’ve been in therapy since my father got diagnosed with cancer nine years ago… 

‘My therapy changed a little bit because I was in a very intense relationship, which you can all read about in my book… So, I do address a lot of those issues. But you know, no, I’m not an alcoholic. No, I’m not a sex addict.

‘You know, I was with the same person for 10 years and that was quite a turmoil, very intense. That’s all I can say about it. I’d like to say a lot more, but let’s just keep it PC. But yeah, I address a lot of those issues and I did kind of have to ease my pain.’

After former Glee star Lea shared some words of support and revealed that she’s a huge fan of therapy herself, Leeds native Mel admitted: ‘I do suffer a lot from PTSD.’ 

Over the weekend, Mel revealed she will be entering a UK-based therapy centre next month after being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder as she wants to be a ‘better version’ of herself for her children – Phoenix Chi Gulzar, 19, Angel Iris Murphy Brown, 11, and Madison Brown Belafonte, six.

Mel, whose father passed away in March 2017 after a hard-fought battle with multiple myeloma, spoke candidly about her upcoming treatment as it is a ‘huge issue for so many people’ and she has hit ‘crisis point’. 

Stylish: The glamorous gown featured a tulle full length skirt with a saucy split along the front, which showcased her long legs and offered a look at her pink heels

Stylish: The glamorous gown featured a tulle full length skirt with a saucy split along the front, which showcased her long legs and offered a look at her pink heels

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