Kerry Katona signs up for extreme new reality show with Love Island, Homes Under The Hammer and Netflix stars | The Sun

KERRY Katona has signed up for an extreme new reality show which will air next year.

The former Atomic Kitten singer, 42, will be joined by stars from various shows including Love Island, Ibiza Weekender, Homes Under The Hammer and various Netflix franchises.

Kerry will be one of the various celebs trying out wacky therapy treatments in E4's upcoming series, The Big Celebrity Detox.

Set to air early next year, it will see the brave stars taking on everything from coffee enemas to genital steaming and procedures involving urine.

An insider said: "Kerry is always TV gold so bosses were desperate to sign her up for this show.

"She's always up for off-the-wall things and is hilarious to watch, so they know she'll have viewers in stitches."

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As well as some of the more out-there treatments on the menu, the show will see the celebs taking on hardcore counselling sessions with a therapist.

The source added: "Viewers will see Kerry working through some painful trauma she has been through in her life in recent years. Kerry is quite a spiritual person, so the experience is very cathartic and emotional for her."

When contacted by The Sun, a Channel 4 spokesperson said: "The line-up for the show will be confirmed in due course."

As The Sun previously revealed, the show also stars Love Islanders Megan Barton Hanson and Toby Aromolaran, although Megan quit after just two days of filming.

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A source said: “Megan realised very quickly into filming that the show was a bit too much for her.

"The ‘treatments’ are really full-on and quite radical, and she just felt like she had bitten off more than she could chew.

"It wasn’t the show’s fault, they were upfront about what she was signing up for, but Megan didn’t really appreciate the reality of how intense it all would be until she got on set.

Rounding out the cast are Homes Under The Hammer favouriteMartin Roberts, Ibiza Weekender standout David Potts, Too Hot To Handle's Chloe Veitch and kickboxer Michael Page.

Expect the series to hit screens early in the new year.

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