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Mel B furious after spotting her image on advertisement

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A well-known grocery company advertise that used an image of Mel B in a leopard-print catsuit has been taken down after the Spice Girl complained.

The image was taken at the Brit Awards in 1997, while the advertisement read: "Stop right now. You get 10% off two big shops a month for #7.99." Another text bubble adds: "Thank you very much."

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The singer took to her Instagram, where she posted an image of a bus stop advertisement and wrote: "Can the CEO OF TESCO DAVE LEWIS PLEASE CONTACT ME URGENTLY. Thank you."

The company, however, has said it has now removed the image from its campaign. A company spokesman said: "Here at Tesco we are really big fans of Mel B and were excited to feature her photo in our campaign."

"We had authorisation to use this image, but we're sorry Mel B is unhappy so we've stopped using it."

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The advertisement was part of the company's campaign that featured cultural references from the past 100 years for its 100th anniversary.

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