Mel B Says She Wants 'Maybe Two' More Kids

11/07/2007 at 11:55 AM EST

Mel B Says She Wants 'Maybe Two' More Kids
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When her hectic show-business life calms down a bit, Melanie Brown, aka Scary Spice, would love to give daughters Phoenix and Angel a few more siblings.

Asked by Newsweek if she wants more kids, the Dancing with the Stars competitor says, "Oh, yeah. Maybe another two. But not just yet, that's for sure. I'm too busy."

In addition to competing on DWTS, Brown, 32, is preparing for the big Spice Girls reunion tour, which kicks off Dec. 2. When it comes to her fellow group mates, Brown says nothing – and everything – has changed since they were last together.

"We're kind of the same, except we're 10 years older," she says. "We're more classy. Between the five of us, we've got seven kids."

Brown says she and her husband, movie producer Stephen Belafonte, bring Phoenix, 8, and Angel, 6 months, over to David and Victoria Beckham's house for playdates with their kids.

She won't reveal much more about the soccer superstar ("I'm not going to rat my friends out like that") – nor is she interested in discussing the visitation arrangements with Angel's father, Eddie Murphy.

"I can't talk about that," she says. "The situation is what it is – and I've got a beautiful daughter."

Asked if she's at all depressed about Murphy's behavior, Brown replies, "I'm too happy to be depressed about anything! My life is so fruitful. I've got a great husband. Things are all good."

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