Unimpressed Kerry Katona forced to sing Atomic Kitten hit in panto despite getting booted out band

Kerry was sad to leave AK

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by Owen Tonks |
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Kerry Katona is still singing an Atomic Kitten song live on a pantomime stage despite getting sacked from the group weeks ago.

The star is currently playing the Evil Queen in Sleeping Beauty at the Middleton Arena in Manchester and as part of the performance sings the band’s hit Whole Again.

But it seems Kerry isn’t too impressed at the song choice as she was allegedly kicked out of Atomic Kitten for calling Natasha hamilton a “toxic c**t”.

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Kerry enjoyed being back in Atomic Kitten after first quitting in 2001 ©Getty Images

A source told The Sun: “Kerry put on a great show but she wasn’t too enthusiastic when it came to singing Whole Again.

“She seemed to be dragging her heels a bit while the rest of the cast really went for it.”

Kerry was one of the original members of Atomic Kitten when the trio was formed in 1998 along with Liz McLarnon and Heidi Range.

Heidi left before they rose to fame due to artistic differences and made a name for herself as part of the Sugababes.

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Kerry is out on her own once again ©Getty Images

Kerry first left Atomic Kitten in 2001 when she fell pregnant so she could concentrate on her unborn baby’s health.

And she was said to leave the band again last month after the fall-out, writing on Instagram: “Gutted that I am no longer a part of Atomic Kitten!! Wish the girls all the love and happiness in the world!!”

She added: “Was very proud to be the founder member of AK! Had some amazing times with the kittens!

“And gutted to not be a part of that no more! I guess I’ll keep to knock knock jokes from now on!”

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