Kerry Katona says she’s ‘banned from shopping in Iceland’ after being axed from adverts over cocaine video | The Sun
KERRY Katona has joked that she's "banned from shopping in Iceland" after being axed from their TV ads over a cocaine video.
The former Atomic Kitten star lost her £250,000 deal with the supermarket after drug allegations surfaced over a decade ago – with the star admitting to using cocaine "as a crutch" during dark times.
Now, as Kerry, 41, revealed she was returning to panto this Christmas, she joked about being barred from shopping at Iceland.
In an interview with the Lincolnite, the singer revealed she was "banned" from the shop and forced to shop in Waitrose, where she bumped into old pal Denise Welsh this month.
"I bumped into Denise Welch in Waitrose and it was so funny, I haven’t seen Denise in years and I’ve known her for so long," she said.
"We were stood in the dog aisle and she was asking me about OnlyFans and feet pictures, standard stuff.
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"I posted about that I saw her there and someone said, 'Oh it must be nice to afford to shop at Waitrose’.
"I responded with: ‘Who said anything about buying stuff? I only went there because I’m banned from Iceland'."
Elsewhere in the interview, Kerry revealed she was due to star in the New Theatre Royal's Christmas pantomime as Ugly Sister Botox.
She is due to be joined on stage by her daughter Lily, 19- who she shared with ex husband Brian McFadden.
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It comes after Kerry defended her pal Katie Price after fans slammed her for a ‘dangerous parenting' blunder this week.
Katie was forced to delete a TikTok video of her daughter Bunny, 8, licking a lollipop after fans warned her about “creeps” online.
She told OK! magazine: "It was obviously just a really innocent video of her daughter, and it’s sad, and totally wrong, that it can be perceived otherwise.
"The clip was captioned ASMR, which is something my kids like to listen to before they go to sleep at night.
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"You do have to be careful when it comes to posting your kids online because you don’t know who’s watching. It’s always in the back of my mind.
"Katie will have posted that thinking it’s completely harmless as it’s just a cute video of Bunny."
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