In February that year, she officially signed on as one of the four judges for the variety talent show America's Got Talent, replacing Sharon Osbourne from the eighth season onward.On 1 February 2014, she was revealed to be a coach on The Voice Kids in Australia, which aired in mid-2014.
The group also starred in their own film, Spiceworld: The Movie, which grossed $100 million worldwide and became the second most watched movie of the year.
The next single, "Stop", peaked at two, breaking the sequence of number ones.
In 1999, while recording her album, Brown worked with producers such as Sisqó, Teddy Riley, and Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis (Janet Jackson, Prince), with whom she was also working on the Spice Girls' third album, Forever.
After the release of their third album, Forever (UK number 2), which was far less successful than their previous two albums, the Spice Girls stopped recording and the members began their solo careers.
Their debut album, Spice, was a huge worldwide commercial success, peaked at number one in more than 17 countries, The first single, "Wannabe", reached number one in 37 countries and all the following singles – "Say You'll Be There", "2 Become 1", "Who Do You Think You Are" and "Mama" – also peaked at number one in United Kingdom.
In 1997, they released their second album, Spiceworld, and their first two singles "Spice Up Your Life" and "Too Much", entered the UK Albums Chart at number one, making seven consecutive number one hit singles, an all-time record for a musical group.
After seeing an advertisement for an audition in a newspaper, Brown started her music career in a band known as Touch.
The group left the original management team and eventually teamed up with music manager Simon Fuller.
The group felt insecure about the lack of a contract and were frustrated by the direction in which Heart Management was going and broke with them.
In 1995, they toured record labels in London and Los Angeles and finally signed a deal with Virgin Records.
Since 2000, Brown has concentrated on a variety of non-singing projects.