Kerry Katona says Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins was ‘like remedy’ for her

Former Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona will seem within the subsequent collection of the hit Channel 4 present alongside Ulrika Jonsson, Alexandra Burke and James Cracknell

Kerry Katona has stated that participating within the new collection of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins was like remedy for her.

The 40-year-old former Atomic Kitten singer will seem within the subsequent collection of the hit Channel 4 actuality present, alongside celebs together with TV presenter Ulrika Jonsson, singer and X Factor winner Alexandra Burke and Olympic gold medal profitable rower James Cracknell.

Kerry stated she didn’t want any counselling following her stint on the present as a result of the challenges – each bodily and psychological – throughout filming gave her “massive closure”.

The mum-of-four stated the present itself “was therapy in a really weird way”, and confessed that even being shouted at by the highly-trained specialists was therapeutic for her.

“Whether it was physical or when you are being spoken to or shouted at, for me, that was therapy. I think I got so much closure from doing that show for my own personal life,” she stated.

Kerry stated she now not wants remedy after participating within the present



The TV character will probably be seen participating in a collection of gruelling challenges in the course of the stint as an SAS trainee within the freezing Scottish Inner Hebrides, and Kerry stated the coaching “opened her eyes” and helped her discover internal peace.

“It actually opened my eyes as much as who I’m, and the value of who I’m and about not having to show something to anyone,” she shared.

“So for me, it was huge therapy and massive closure.”

Kerry is not any stranger to robust environments, as she received ITV’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! in 2004, however admitted that the chilly Scottish climate was beginning to have an effect on her moods, particularly as she has been recognized as bipolar.

Kerry has discovered internal peace after finishing the SAS coaching

“I have bipolar, my moods change with the weather, so when you are in an environment that is just so f***ing miserable, it’s really hard to get your mindset as, ‘Right let’s get up and put these wet clothes back on’,” she quipped.

Former Love Island star Wes Nelson, TV presenter Ore Oduba, former footballer Kieron Dyer and Loose Women star Saira Khan are additionally among the many well-known faces participating within the new collection, in addition to TV character Vicky Pattison, singer Jake Quickenden, Paralympic athlete Aled Davies and BMX and monitor world champion Shanaze Read.

The first episode, set to air on Sunday, sees the celebrities participate of their first problem as they swim to an island after being dropped within the sea by a speedboat.

The SAS coaching lasts for eight days and contestants are set exhausting and bodily demanding challenges by the brutal instructors, together with Ant Middleton.

Kerry Katona’s ex-husband George Kay died of a drug overdose in 2019

It’s been a gruelling few years for Kerry, who needed to cope with the tragic demise of her ex-husband George Kay, who died in 2019 following an overdose.

The couple, who wed in 2014, share seven-year-old daughter Dylan-Jorge, and a current inquest into the previous rugby league participant’s demise revealed that he had died after consuming a ball of cocaine in entrance of workers whereas at a lodge in Cheshire.

Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins returns to Channel 4 on August 29 at 9pm.

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