Ice Queen Kerry Katona Eyes West End Debut???
Date: 3 March 2011
Dancing On Ice star and former Atomic Kitten Kerry Katona has become the latest celebrity to put herself forward for a West End role. An inside source told tabloid newspaper the Daily Star that Katona is eyeing up the role of Roxie Hart in Chicago, which she feels would be "fitting" considering her own notoriously troubled private life. The 'friend' said: "Kerry would love to get into acting, that is her ultimate dream. She thinks that a stint in the West End would help," before adding snidely "it's great to see her so positive about the future after the last few years but she is a little over-confident about her singing."
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|that would be awful. would not dream of seeing her in it for. please don't let her destroy an amazing show. - hayley||15 Mar 11|
|claire sweeney was bad enough ,Katona would get the crowds in tho, but i think she would be rubbish. - beach||07 Mar 11|
|Can Associates Limited In Emergency talks over Kerry Katona an insider at CAN has claimed
That Peter André was upset at CAN using him by releasing false story’s of romance between him and Katona , in the hope it would boost public support for her faster. But is even more upset with Katona for saying in a uk paper that she has been practising singing songs from the show Chicago .
And that Kerry's ambition is to become an actor and that she sees musical theatre as a stepping stone. A friend said: "Kerry would love to get into acting, that is her ultimate dream."She thinks that a stint in the West End would help.
The insider claims Peter André has been in secret talks and is about to sign contracts with the directors of the West End musical theatre production of Chicago which he has been planning since last year when he first contacted them, and feels once again that Katona and CAN have stitched him up.
WELL WHAT DID HE EXPECT FROM KRAPOLA HER USE AND ABUSE TO GET WHAT SHE WANTS IS SHOWING ITS SELF AGAIN, THEY HAD BETTER BE WARNED SHE WILL NEVER CHANGE.
- Johnny Vegas||04 Mar 11|
|Please NO!!! So many fantastic girls out there!! no No and No again! - Fed up of untalented celebs!||03 Mar 11|
|No thanks! Not fitting at all. Leave theatre to the talented. - Rafflesia||03 Mar 11|
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