Atomic Kitten were one of the biggest pop bands around in their hay day. So what better way to celebrate the Kittens’ success then to get back together one last time for a reunion?
Only problem is, the band has always been a three-piece, but there are four former members. Hmmm…
Jenny Frost, who replaced Kerry Katona back in 2001, believes she has more of a right to be part of the reunion line up with Liz McClarnon and Natasha Hamilton, than Kezza.
“I don't want to be derogatory about Kerry, but there shouldn't be four of us in Atomic Kitten,” she told Closer magazine.
“When we do anything, it will be just the three of us.”
Jenny has been pretty mean to Kerry in the past, even saying she’d “rather eat her own kidney with a spoon” than work with Kerry.
But she later admitted that what she’d said might have been a tad uncalled for.
“I'm not going to deny saying those things because I did. But I made those comments when Kerry was in a really bad way.
“At the time, she was with Mark, but she's sorted herself out now for her kids.”
Atomic Kitten – the good old days
Atomic Kitten were a big hit in the late nineties and the noughties, and experienced a whole bunch of chart success with classics, such as Right Now, Whole Again and a cover of Blondie’s The Tide Is High.