Kerry Katona was born in Warrington on 6 September 1980.
By the early age of 11, Kerry Katona had already attended 8 different schools.
Kerry Katona used to be in Atomic Kitten, but left in 2001 when her first daughter was born and was replaced by Jenny Frost.
Katona had, together with Liz McClarnon, been in Atomic Kitten since the start, even when it was called Automatic Kittens in 1997.
Lynn Barber described Kerry Katona's life since leaving Atomic Kitten:
"She gave up Kittening when she married Brian McFadden of Westlife, had two children with him, went on I'm a Celebrity and was crowned Queen of the Jungle, signed up as a columnist for OK magazine, split with McFadden, got hooked on cocaine, went into rehab, published her autobiography, married a Warrington cabbie called Mark Croft at Gretna Green, had a baby by him, Heidi, and then married him again last month in Italy ..."
Kerry Katona won I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here in 2004.
She once was arrested and given a caution for assaulting her foster sister, Janette Burgess.
She split up from husband Brian McFadden, formerly of Westlife, in September 2004.
Kerry Katona later married taxi driver Mark Croft.
Kerry Katona is regularly featured on the front cover of OK magazine, where she was also given a column.
In 2008, MTV1 followed Kerry Katona in a new reality TV series called Kerry Katona Crazy In Love.
In August 2008, Kerry Katona was declared bankrupt.
In October 2008, viewers of This Morning called in worried by an appearance by Kerry Katona, but she put it down to prescription drugs.
In May 2009 MTV started broadcasting Kerry Katona: What's The Problem?
In August 2009, Kerry Katona was cautioned by police for possessing a controlled substance.
In 2011 she competed in ITV's Dancing On Ice.
She also became a housemate on Celebrity Big Brother.
For more information, see also our sister site Biogs' biography of Kerry Katona.