FANS of the Spice Girls have been left STUNNED as Melanie C showed off her ageless looks at Glastonbury festival on Saturday.
The singer was spotted among the celebrity faces waiting behind-the-scenes to watch music legend Sir Paul McCartney perform.
Speaking on her excitement to see Beatles star Sir Paul, 80, the former Spice Girls member glowed as she appeared on camera.
“British people and people from Liverpool are so proud that he’s still out there doing it, he’s incredible,” she gushed over him.
“I think everyone needs to see Sir Paul McCartney in their lifetime. I’ve seen him in smaller venues, but to see him here is really special.”
But fans were left distracted from what Melanie was saying due to her ageless appearance as she was seen at Glastonbury.
“Mel C is looking pretty damn fine,” one wrote on Twitter, as a second chimed in: “She looks bloody good at 48.”
“She looks good for a 48-year-old, doesn’t she?” a third wrote, as a fourth agreed: “Mel C is still hot, and not just for 48.”
A fifth concluded of her look: “Mel C looked gorgeous then and looks bloody gorgeous now.”
As trolls tried to clap back against her new look – die-hard Spice Girls fans hit back harder, calling the nasty comments “disgusting”.
“All the haters slating Mel C’s looks but from what I’ve seen she looks fab. What’s wrong with people?” one wrote.
A second penned: “Talentless people complaining about OUR Mel C. She looks great – beautiful and so talented.”
It comes after Mel C admitted the Spice Girls’ success left her stunned because she felt that they are all ‘average singers’.
In a candid confession – which may not go down too well with the other members of the biggest-selling girl band of all time – Mel said: “There’s so much about the Spice Girls which you cannot explain.
“We were lucky – all the stars aligned. All these great things happened but there’s something unexplainable about the five of us – it’s just magical.
“Along with that, it’s hard because with any dynamic like that, there is friction. So we just had this thing and we knew it was special. It was like everything we touched turned to gold.
“We still laugh about it now because we are just so average in so many ways. We’re not special. But we were able to create something really special that so many people could identify with.”