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Meghan Markle - Kerry Katona - Natasha Hamilton - Liz Macclarnon - Atomic Kitten's Natasha makes subtle dig at Kerry Katona as she praises group -
Atomic Kitten's Natasha makes subtle dig at Kerry Katona as she praises group
Kerry Katona leaving in 2001 and was subsequently replaced by Wallasey-born Jenny Frost.READ MORE: Atomic Kitten slam 'bulls**t hatred' towards Meghan Markle as they praise former actressThrowback to 2012 and Kerry re-joined the group alongside Liz McClarnon and Natasha Hamilton, 40, for ITV's The Big Reunion, before Kerry left again in 2017.During the Euros 2020 celebrations, Jenny, Natasha and Liz joined forces to release their single, Southgate You're The One, a play on their single Whole Again which had become a football anthem.Speaking exclusively about their bond, Natasha told Daily Star: "We've never really stopped, me and Liz have been gigging for maybe 20 of the 22 years we've been together as a band."The chemistry we have on stage, for me, I just love it, that's why I love my job, I love performing, we're so in sync, we have a laugh, we have good banter with the audience."It's not a job, it's just good fun and I feel so privileged that 22 years later, we still get to do the same job."Liz added: "We do it on our own terms, we do gigs every now and then, well, more than every now and then, quite a lot."It's not a crazy lifestyle, we're having a really, really nice life and we're very lucky that we've been able to do that."Doing stuff with Jen, we love the idea of it, when we did the Euro stuff, it was so exciting."Mum-of-four Natasha continued: "We were planning to come back and tour with Blue but they moved their tour dates to December which none of us could do."Another tour came in for September but we'd already booked our calendars, our diaries and Jenny couldn't do that."We are planning something really special to do with Jenny, we really want to do that, we're in talks about it." Reflecting on their reunion
Natasha Hamilton - Chloe Sims - Ferne Maccann - Mario Falcone - Lorri Haines - Ferne McCann engaged to Lorri Haines after whirlwind relationship of just a few months - - Britain - France - Dubai
Ferne McCann engaged to Lorri Haines after whirlwind relationship of just a few months
The Only Way Is Essex bombshell took to her Instagram page to reveal that Lorri had popped the question and she had happily accepted his proposal.It comes just six months after the happy couple are believed to have met one another in person after messaging one another over New Year before they met up in Dubai in January.READ MORE: TOWIE's Chloe Sims and sisters could be UK equivalent of the KardashiansSharing their happy news, Ferne and Lorri planted a kiss on one another lips as she stuck her engagement finger up, showcasing her giant diamond rock.Alongside her post, she penned: "So happily ever afters do exist."I cannot wait to do forever with you baby @lozzahaines."It seems as though Lorri had the perfect moment planned as Ferne tagged her location as Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, a small seaside town in northern France.Fans and celebrity pals instantly rushed to the comment section of her post which has racked up over 43,000 likes in around half an hour."Ah huge congratulations hun," commented Atomic Kitten singer Natasha Hamilton.Ferne's pal Carl Cunard added: "Congrats, yay, I can't wait for the wedding.""Congratulations babe you deserve this soo much! So happy for you," gushed Love Island's Siannise Fudge.While her former TOWIE co-star and pal Mario Falcone penned: "Congratulations Fernita! Very happy for you."This is a breaking showbiz story and is being constantly updated.
Natasha Hamilton - Liz Macclarnon - Iconic acts including Aqua, Five and Heather Small to play huge 90s nostalgia concert - - Britain - Manchester
Iconic acts including Aqua, Five and Heather Small to play huge 90s nostalgia concert
pop groups including Aqua and Five are reunited for a special concert - all under one roof.The 90's Baby concert will see over 20 chart topping acts come together for one unmissable night of pure pop nostalgia at Manchester's AO Arena on October 29, 2022.Described as "a once in a lifetime opportunity to see all your favourite 90s pop artists together" and "guaranteed to transport you back to simpler times", the concert will feature some of the decade's biggest chart toppers, performed by the artists themselves.Turn Back Time, Doctor Jones and Barbie Girl singers Aqua will join other hit record makers from the decade, including Eiffel 65 of Blue (Da Ba Dee) fame and dance act 2 Unlimited, whose 1991 house track Get Ready For This shot the group to fame across the globe.Performing on the night will also be Heather Small of M People, whose hits including Search For The Hero and Moving On Up, landed the group numerous awards including Best British Dance Act at the 1994 BRIT Awards.That's not all, as original Atomic Kitten members Liz McClarnon and Natasha Hamilton will be performing some of the group's biggest hits including Whole Again and The Tide Is High too.They're not the only girl group performing on the night though, as B*Witched will also be bringing the fun with their nostalgic favourites including C'est La Vie and Rollercoaster.They'll be joined by some of the biggest boybands of the decade too, including Keep On Moving singers Five, Wonderful Tonight hitmakers Damage and 911, with songs including A Little Bit More.If you were at a school disco back in the nineties, there is no doubt that you know all the moves to Whigfield's Saturday Night, Los Del Rio's Macarena and Las Ketchup's Ketchup Song - with all three