Kerry Katona wants daughters to form a girl band
Kerry Katona wants her daughters Molly, 17, Lilly-Sue, 16, Heidi, 12, and five-year-old Dylan-Jorge to follow in her footsteps and form their own girl group.
Kerry Katona wants her daughters to form a girl group.
The Atomic Kitten singer - who has five children, Molly, 17, and Lilly-Sue, 16, with first husband Brian McFadden, Heidi, 12, and Max, 11, with second husband Mark Croft, and five-year-old Dylan-Jorge with estranged third spouse George Kay - thinks all of her four girls have musical talent so she'd like to see them form a Jackson 5 style family band.
Kerry joked if they become successful then she can retire and live off the earnings of her offspring.
Speaking in her New! magazine column, she said: "I put up a video of my Heidi singing 'Shallow' last week and I got such amazing feedback. Heidi is going to be a superstar - she is made for the stage.
"She has to be famous so I can quit my job and she can support me.
"All my girls are really good singers. Molly's been on stage, Lilly's got a great voice and so has DJ. Bless Max, he's got at talking - he can be their manager!
"I'd love them to form a band but the last time I put up a video of Lilly singing, she ordered me to take it down, so I don't think she'd be up for it. I was in so much trouble."
Kerry's comments come just a few weeks after she said she wanted Lilly to play her in a biopic of her life.
She said: "If I were to play anyone in a biopic it would be Julie Walters, but if I had to have someone play me, it would be my Lilly.
"She's a carbon copy of me. It's a shame she can't do a northern accent though."
Kerry enjoyed chart success as a member of Atomic Kitten until she left the group in 2001 to have her first baby.
The former 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' winner re-joined 'See Ya' hitmakers Natasha Hamilton and Liz McClarnon in 2012 before leaving the group again in 2017.