Kerry Katona Pulls Out Of Reality Show And Goes Into Labour

by | 09 April 2008

Kerry Katona has pulled out of her MTV reality TV show Crazy in Love.

Reports claim the former Atomic Kitten singer has also gone into labour five weeks early with her fourth child, expected to be a boy named Max

Filming for the MTV series, which follows Katona and her husband Mark Croft, was suspended last night after she checked herself into The Priory clinic claiming she was suffering from depression.

There had been plans for Katona to film three more episodes in the series before quitting, however these may now be affected by the fact she has now gone into labour.

Katona, 27, and Croft had originally signed up for 16 episodes of the Crazy in Love series in a £160,000 deal with MTV.

Reports claim the I'm a Celebrity … winner had been due to give birth in May and the MTV cameras had followed her into hospital.

The couple are already the parents of one-year-old Heidi while Katona also has two children Molly and Lilly-Sue by former Westlife singer Bryan McFadden.


09/04/2008 18:03:34


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