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Kerry Katona was reportedly kicked out of Atomic Kitten for calling bandmate a 'c**t' ...it's The Dredge

Another week of celeb dirt

EVERY WEEKDAY MORNING, DailyEdge.ie rounds up the best of the day’s celebrity dirt from the top to the very bottom.  

Can’t find my get up and go!! Think it’s got up and gone!

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Kerry Katona confirmed that her second departure from Atomic Kitten was not by choice.

The singer and star of Iceland advertisements claims she was ‘kicked out’ of the girl group’s reboot, due to a feud with band-mate Natasha Hamilton. She is reportedly ‘gutted’ that she was removed from the band for calling Natasha Hamilton a ‘toxic c**t’.

While judging a drag queen competition in Manchester, Katona slammed Natasha, calling her a ‘toxic c**t’. She also added that Gemma Collins is a ‘nobody’ before telling a fellow judge on her panel to hurry up the show as she was ‘only being paid until midnight‘.

She took to Instagram to apologise, writing:

Gutted that I am no longer a part of Atomic Kitten!! Wish the girls all the love and happiness in the world!!

She added that she was ‘proud to be the founder member of AK’ and says she will ‘keep to knock knock jokes from now on.’ (Goss)

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Rihanna’s makeup line Fenty Beauty has been named as one of Time Magazine’s 25 Best Inventions of the Year. 

Alongside robots, glasses that give sight to the blind, the Tesla Model 3 and fidget spinners, Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty is now considered to be one of the defining inventions of 2017.

The makeup line launched in September, with a huge emphasis on the fact that it was available in 40 shades of foundation, to cater to as many skin colours as possible, including the skin of those with albinism. The deeper tones began to sell out immediately and Make Up For Ever and L’Oreal followed Rihanna’s example and started targeting women of colour immediately.

Rihanna told Time that “It was very important that every woman felt included in this brand. We are all so different, with our unique skin tones, so we started with the 40 foundation shades out the gate.” (Time)

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Pink has shut down rumours that she was throwing Christina Aguilera shade at the American Music Awards. 

A lot of viewers were relating to Pink’s expression as she watched Christina Aguilera perform a tribute to Whitney Houston at last night’s AMAs. It became a bit of a meme and fuelled rumours that their feud from the 00s is still going strong.

However, Pink took to Twitter to clear things up, insisting that her ‘beef’ ended last year and that her and Christina are good friends now. She also said that she was actually ‘in awe’ of Christina’s talent.

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And the rest of the day’s dirt…

  • Selena Gomez has been accused of lip syncing in her first performance since her life-saving kidney transplant (Metro)
  • Russell Simmons has been accused of sexually assaulting a minor and has asked Terry Crews to drop allegations against the agent who groped him (DailyEdge)
  • Harry Styles and Liam Payne are making a One Direction reunion look unlikely (Mirror)
  • Al Porter resigns from Today FM and releases an ‘apology’ (Goss.ie)
  • David Cassidy’s family says he is close to death in his wait for a vital liver transplant (Mirror)
  • Jeffrey Tambor has quit TV show Transparent after a number of sexual harassment allegations were made against him (Metro)

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