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Mel B walks out of 'rotten' The One Show interview live on-air as things turn awkward

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The One Show this evening alongside Ruby Wax and Emily Atack to promote their new show Trailblazers, which sees the trio retrace the steps of a Victorian explorer.The interview was met with elements of chaos as the three spoke over each other continuously, with it then being topped off with Mel trying to walk off the set.Mel B was talking to hosts Alex Jones and Ronan Keating about her new BBC show alongside Ruby and Emily.The trio proved to be very unpredictable BBC guests as they spoke over each other, quarrelled and even interrupted the show's presenters.As Ruby explained the show about the Victorian explorer, Isabella Bird, she said: "We were after the American Dream and then it went rotten."Mel then interrupted: "Just like this interview!"The set then burst into laughter, with Mel exclaiming: "Don't forget to tune in guys on Monday!"Ronan then explained when the show was on, with Ronan then thanking the girls for their interview.However, Mel took this as a sign that the interview was over and got up from her seat.She said: "We are leaving now, we've got to go.She said we have to leave!"Ruby and Emily then tried to pull the Spice Girls star back to her seat, before Ruby covered her face in embarrassment.This wasn't the only incident on the show, with Mel sharing that she had no underwear on when she stood up and Ruby touched her bottom.Mel stood up to block the loud personality out, but Ruby exclaimed: "There are no underpants here!"The Spice Girls star replied: "Well, I don't wear underpants!"Emily then joined in: "Oh my gosh, she's got no knickers on!"Many BBC viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the chaotic interview that sure left a few laughs in peoples living rooms.Thatsmypeachx said:.

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