Kerry Jayne Elizabeth Katona is an English singer/songwriter and TV personality. She was a member of girl group Atomic Kitten from 1998 until her first departure in 2001 and again from 2012 until her second departure in 2017. The group had many high-charting hits within the UK skyrocketing Kerry Katona into national fame. Katona went on to embark on a career within TV, starring in many reality TV shows. She also was the focus of a reality TV show about her life which aired for several weeks. In 2014, Kerry Katona embarked on a solo music career. Katona was the winner of the third series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! in 2004, making her the first queen of the jungle, and runner-up of Celebrity Big Brother 8 in 2011. On 21 November 2012, Katona confirmed she had rejoined Atomic Kitten, replacing Jenny Frost.
|Born:||Kerry Jayne Elizabeth Katona, September 6, 1980, Warrington, Cheshire, England|
|Other names:||Kerry McFadden, Kerry Jayne Elizabeth Kay|
|Occupation:||Singer, musician, television personality, media personality, author, presenter|
|Television:||The Big Reunion|
|Twitter:||Kerry Katona's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Kerry Katona's Instagram profile|
|IMDb:||Kerry Katona's IMDb|
About Kerry Katona
Atomic Kitten singer who became a reality show star with appearances on Celebrity Big Brother and My Fair Kerry on ITV.
She had several top-ten UK hits with Atomic Kitten, but left the band before their international stardom.
She was the star of My Fair Kerry on ITV, and on MTV in Kerry Katona: Crazy in Love, which had at its peak 500,000 watchers.
She has three daughters named Molly, Heidi and Lilly-Sue and a son named Maxwell. In 2014, she married George Kay after previously being married to Mark Croft from 2007 to 2011 and Brian McFadden from 2002 to 2006. She filed for divorce from Kay in 2016.
Liz McClaron was her bandmate in Atomic Kitten.
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