Mel B rushed to hospital after losing vision in her right eye and screaming that she 'couldn't see anything'
Mel was reportedly rushed to London's Moorfields Eye Hospital after she said that she was 'totally blind'. She had earlier had a botched laser surgery in her left eye that left her partially blind
Scary Spice has reportedly been rushed to the hospital after complaining of lost vision on Friday, May 17. The Sun reported that Mel was rushed to London's Moorfields Eye Hospital after she said that she was "totally blind" and "couldn't see anything" after losing vision in her right eye.
A source told the website that Mel was "frantic" and was "screaming". "Mel was in a really bad way. The other girls and their managers were really worried. Mel was frantic and screaming that she couldn't see a thing. She went to the hospital in a chauffeur-driven car with an assistant, who was holding her hand. No one knew what brought it on but she had very swift, and very good treatment." However, it was not revealed why she had the issue.
The Spice Girls reunion tour, however, may not be in trouble. "The situation with Mel is under control. She is looking forward to the tour," a spokesperson told the publication.
The pop star had already undergone a surgery for her left eye. "I had a bit of a nightmare. I was reading the autocue and then suddenly I realized that I couldn't see properly. I had laser treatment done to correct it, but it's started to reverse in one eye. It's scary, I'm going blind again," she told Mirror in 2008.
She has also talked about the surgery going wrong the last time in multiple interviews. She told Hello the same year, "I can't see at all out of my left eye. The lasering went wrong so this [procedure] will be totally life-changing," she said mentioning how she wanted to get a corneal transplant. "Hopefully I won’t be seeing what the other person's seen, the other dead person... you think that you might be dreaming what the other person dreamt," the pop star had said in another interview on a talk show with Jonathan Ross.