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Kerry Get Catty

by | 30th, March 2004

‘MOST people might have thought that Kerry and Bryan McFadden would lay claim to the mantle of ‘pop’s hottest couple’.

‘C’mon, McFadden, if you think you’re hard enough!’

After all, Kerry is OK!’s new columnist, having moved inside the main magazine from her spot in Hot Stars (which has, incidentally, been filled this week by – guess who – Michelle Heaton).

But Kerry is Queen Of The Jungle, which anyone who plays Celeb Top Trumps will know is a step up from being one half of the hottest couple in pop.

And we’re glad to see that her new royal title hasn’t stopped her from sharing with us her forthright views on a whole range of subjects this week.


For instance, she sets the record straight about her feud with Jenny Frost, the one who replaced her in Atomic Kitten.

‘I don’t get it,’ she says. ‘I mean, Jenny wouldn’t be where she is now if I hadn’t left the band. I thought I would be her friend for leaving the band and giving her the chance she’s got. There aren’t many pop stars who get a second chance.’


Kerry’s also not in the least bit upset that the people of Warrington decided to erect a statue of George Formby instead of a statue of Our Kerry, lettuce and all.

‘I think the older people protested against me,’ she said. ‘They wanted George because they knew who he was, but younger people won’t have a clue who he is.

‘But I don’t mind – I’d have been a bit embarrassed.’


And Kerry isn’t surprised that Rod Stewart’s ex Rachel Hunter got the nod to replace his current squeeze Penny Lancaster as the breasts and bum of Ultimo lingerie.

‘Penny’s only famous for going out with Rod Stewart,’ says the wife of former Westlife singer Bryan McPudding, scandalously ignoring Penny’s many achievements in the world of photography.

‘My opinion is that Rachel’s a lot more attractive, but I think the Press probably just invented the whole argument because it makes a good story.’

The Press would presumably include not only the Express and Star (publisher Richard Desmond) but also the March 2 edition of OK!, which carried news of this made-up feud.

You can’t trust anyone these days, can you?’

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