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Iconic villain is out of the closet in final ‘Saul’ season

When “Better Call Saul” aired its finale last month, it was the end of an era. The critically lauded prequel series to “Breaking Bad” had amassed a loyal following by offering fans a chance to return for a deeper dive into the morally ambiguous universe Vince Gilligan had created around teacher-turned-meth-kingpin Walter White (Bryan Cranston) nearly 15 years ago.
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Mel C's wild life - Robbie Williams 'fling', saving brother and sexuality confession
Mel C is best known for her part in The Spice Girls where she was specifically known as Sporty Spice but since then she's managed to create her own successful solo career.The singer first found fame in the girl band back in 1994 and has been a fan favourite ever since.The 47 year old began her solo career in 1998 when she released her first single with Bryan Adams but has since reunited with the other Spice Girls.Mel has had an interesting personal life during this time, welcoming her daughter Scarlet in 2009 which she admitted to be a turning point in her life.As Mel becomes the first guest judge on RuPaul's Drag RaceUK vs The World, Daily Star look back at some of her most memorable moments include saving her brother's life, opening up about her sexuality and dating Robbie Williams.During a family holiday to Mauritius back in 2004, Mel realised something with her brother Paul O'Neill wasn't quite right and decided to question him further.She noticed Paul wasn't his usual loud, bubbly self so knew something had to be wrong.The singer managed to save her brother from a coma as his symptoms of extreme thirst and constantly needing the toilet ended up being type 1 diabetes.Mel noticed the similar symptoms when one of the Spice Girls' office staff was diagnosed with the disease not long before but hoped this wasn't what Paul had as well.At the time Paul was a successful race car driver and being diagnosed with diabetes meant that he had to surrender his racing licence until he could show six months of stable blood sugar levels.Paul had to spend a whole week in hospital to learn how to manage the condition.He went on to race for three more years after the diagnoses and then swapped this for a coaching and television
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