Geri Halliwell

Just For The Record
  • Just For The Record

  • In 2002, Just For The Record was the book that everyone was talking about. Then in 2003, repackaged in a new, compact mass-market format, Just For The Record did it all over again being one of the most read books of the year.

    Since the break up of the Spice Girls, Geri has continued to intrigue the media and the masses. But how many of the stories are true? Just For The Record reveals all. With particular focus on her personal battle to overcome the eating disorders that have plagued her since childhood, and the stark reality of weight obsession, Geri shares the facts about life after the girl band. This is Geri's story: revealing, frank, brutally honest, and at times shocking.

Geri Halliwell shot to fame as a member of the Spice Girls. Leaving the band in 1998 she pursued a solo career and enjoyed top-ten success with her first solo album going double platinum, and her first single from that album reaching number two in the charts followed by four consecutive number one singles. In April 2001 Geri re-entered the UK charts with 'It's Raining Men' . As her eleventh number one, Geri held the record for the most number one's by a female artist in the UK. She released two bestselling health and fitness videos in 2001 and 2002, and has tried her hand at tv presenting and acting. Geri is also heavily committed to charity work. In 1998, she was made a UN Goodwill Ambassador. Geri works tirelessly for Breast Cancer Care, who made her a Patron in 2000, along with Cherie Blair. Geri is also an ambassador for The Prince's Trust, and regularly attends events in this capacity. In 2006, Geri became a mum to a daughter, Bluebell Madonna.

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