EXCLUSIVE: 'It was scary but exhilarating!': Emma Bunton impressively walks on hot coals in aid of Global's charity Make Some Noise
She is more comfortable behind the microphone as one of the world's biggest pop stars and more recently, a successful Heart radio presenter.
But Emma Bunton stepped way out of her comfort zone on Friday as she impressively walked over hot coals in aid of Global's Make Some Noise.
The former Baby Spice, 40, looked nervous but ultimately excited as she embarked on her scolding path to raise money for the cause, which aims to help young people of the UK.
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You can do it! Emma Bunton, 40, walked across hot coals on Friday to raise money for Global's charity Make Some Noise
Clapping and cheering along with the crowds, Emma psyched herself up for the money-raising challenge as she stood before the smoking rocks.
The Spice Girl faced the coals confidently in a chic black blazer, jeans and jazzy patterned shirt, not letting her trademark glamour falter in her nervous excitement.
Casting her black stilettos to one side, the blonde looked more than ready and determined to succeed, as she took her first step onto the painful path.
3, 2, 1... Casting her black stilettos to one side, the blonde looked more than ready and determined to succeed, as she took her first step onto the painful path
Flinching only slightly, Emma kept smiling, laughing and clapping as she skipped across the coals, making it back to cool grassy ground in mere seconds.
Delighted at her achievement, the GEM star threw herself into co-host and friend Jamie Theakston's arms for a hug, in celebration of her new skill.
The recent X Factor mentor was taking part in the challenge to raise money for Global's Make Some Noise - the charity set up by media group Global, who is uniting its radio brands Heart, Capital, Classic FM and Radio X to fundraise.
Success! Flinching only slightly, Emma kept smiling, laughing and clapping as she skipped across the coals, making it back to cool grassy ground in mere seconds
The charity, which is now in its third year, helps disadvantaged youngsters across the UK by giving a voice to small charities and projects that struggle to raise awareness.
Emma gushed of her experience immediately afterwards: 'My fire walk was scary but so exhilarating!'
'I was thinking of my kids, I know how proud they'll be of me. We've had a fantastic day in aid of this wonderful charity.'
So excited: Emma gushed of her experience immediately afterwards: 'My fire walk was scary but so exhilarating!'
The impressive feat marks just one event the team at Heart FM have organised in aid of the cause.
Her co-host Jamie Theakston had battled his fear of heights prior to Emma's challenge to raise funds for the charity.
The radio presenter, 45, took on the UK's highest free fall abseil for the cause, descending 262 feet down the Orbit.
Helping hand: Co-host Jamie Theakston and friend (above) met her at the other end to congratulate her
Party time: Delighted at her achievement, the GEM star threw herself into co-host and friend Jamie Theakston's arms for a hug
Emma added on their efforts: 'After Jamie faced his biggest fear and abseiled from the top of the ArcelorMittal Orbit, I wanted to do my bit for Global's Make Some Noise too. '
Superstar performer Michael Buble also pledged a generous £5,000 to the fund - having joined the crew for a live broadcast from the ArcelorMittal Orbit, giving the fundraiser even more scope.
The famous Canadian crooner said: 'It's an honour to support Global's Make Some Noise and it's been truly inspiring to meet some of the young people supported by the charity today.
Doing their bit: The challenge marks just one event the team at Heart FM have organised in aid of the cause with Jamie taking on the UK's highest free fall abseil for the cause
'Watching Jamie face his biggest fear when he abseiled from the top of the ArcelorMittal Orbit was great fun, and I'm thrilled we've raised some money for such an incredible cause.'
Making the project an overall success, Heart listeners additionally raised more than £100K in sponsorship of Emma to do the challenge on Friday morning.
The fundraising has not stopped there however, with many other presenters cladding themselves in lairy costumes to do their bit for the cause.
Nine hosts across Capital, Radio X, LBC and Smooth, including George Shelley and Kate Garraway have dressed up as their favourite 'loud icons' to raise further money and awareness.
Tune in to Heart drive time with JK & Lucy from 4pm-7pm to hear Emma's challenge.
Let's play dress up: The fundraising has not stopped there however, with many other presenters cladding themselves in lairy costumes to do their bit for the cause, too
Guess who: Nine hosts across Capital, Radio X, LBC and Smooth have dressed up as their favourite 'loud icons' for the cause, including Katie Hopkins (L) and Lilah Parsons (R)
Bieber fever: George Shelley, of Union J fame, clad himself as popstar Justin Bieber for the cause
Standing out: Roman Kemp (L) went for a very colourful outfit while Jamie Theakston channeled his inner rockstar (R)
Showing his wild side: Capital's Breakfast team put on a hilarious display in their costumes, with Dave Berry sporting a loud leopard print blazer
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