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Former Spice Girl Melanie Brown is to auction the contents of her home, including all of her treasured outfits and items from the girl-band era, for charity.

The auction, being run through eBay, will raise money for CLIC Sargent, an organization that cares for young people with cancer and their families both in hospitals and in the community.

Mel B wants to spice up your life by offering you the chance to get your hands on costumes from the recent Return of the Spice Girls tour, the coat from the band’s Stop video, her trademark fake fur outfit consisting of a bikini top and matching mini-skirt, and the outfit she wore when she and her fellow Spice Girls met former South African leader Nelson Mandela.

And if that’s not enough, there’s also a motorbike, a Bechstein baby grand piano, a MTV Cribs dining table, and an assortment of jugs, tables and toasters.

“I feel happy to be able to contribute to such an important cause,” said the 33-year-old singer.

The auction, which starts today and runs until October 26, can be accessed through www.melbsale.com.

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