Kerry Katona says she would ‘100 per cent’ return to I’m A Celebrity if she was asked
Kerry Katona has revealed she would love to return to I'm A Celebrity if she was asked.
The former Atomic Kitten star, 41, won the show back in 2004. And writing in her weekly new! column, she admitted she would do it again if the opportunity arose. Sign up – for free! – to see what she has to say.
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I’M A CELEB SUPERFAN
The I’m A Celeb line-up has been revealed and it looks like it will be a brilliant series. I’ve got my money on Richard Madeley. I love him and I think he’ll be great.
I would 100% do it again if I was asked. I just think it’s such an iconic show. The series I did in 2004 is still the one with the highest ratings but, to be fair, I can’t take full credit for that when we had the whole Peter and Katie love story going on!
WHEN KERRY MET NIGEL
I was interviewed by Nigel Farage on his GB News show last week. We discussed pretty much everything about my life – from bankruptcy, to drugs, to mental health. I even offered him a free subscription to my OnlyFans!
I don’t agree with his political views and his opinions, but I got on with him really well. It was just really relaxed and chilled – I had such a fun time. Who would have thought Kerry Katona and Nigel Farage would ever be in the same room together, eh?!
PANTO IS BACK ON, OH YES IT IS!
I’m gearing up for pantomime season, which I’m really excited about. I go into rehearsals on 5 December – and then that’s me Away from home for the festive period! I’ve got Christmas Day off and that’s it. I’m playing the wicked fairy Carabosse in Sleeping Beauty. It will be really good fun, especially because it all had to be virtual last year due to the pandemic.
I’m hoping the kids will come over from Cheshire for at least one of the shows and stay with me, which is what we usually do. It’s in Oldham at the Grange Theatre. You can get your tickets at grangetheatre.co.uk. Hopefully I’ll see you there!
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I’ve been left feeling a bit spooked after having some strange goings-on in the house. I was sitting in my living room and the light kept flickering, so I started filming it. A green light appeared on the video before it disappeared behind my sofa and then an orb started floating towards the camera.
I posted it on Instagram – and some people thought it was just a reflection from the flash on my phone, while others were saying it could be a spirit. I thought it was really bizarre!
To be honest, though, I’m used to stuff like that. Weird things like lights going on and off always happen wherever I live – I’ve had it all my life.
GETTING A DIAGNOSIS
Both Melanie Sykes and Christine McGuinness have revealed they’ve been diagnosed as autistic and spoken out about their relief.
I can totally understand why they feel relieved. Once you finally have a diagnosis, a lot of things start making sense. It’s heartbreaking that some people only get answers at a later stage in their lives.
When I was first diagnosed with bipolar disorder, I didn’t have a clue what it was and what it meant. I was 19 at the time and I was in Atomic Kitten.
I was put on medication and given compassionate leave because they thought I was having a breakdown. Then when I later went to rehab, I was diagnosed with other conditions, including ADHD.
We used to sit in a circle and go round and tell Everyone about ourselves. My list of conditions was so bloody long that I just used to say, “I’m Kerry Katona and I’m a recovering human being.”
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