Kerry Katona poses with her lookalike daughter Lily-Sue, 18, as they both get glamorous makeovers

KERRY Katona posed for a beaming selfie with her lookalike daughter Lily-Sue McFadden, 18, on Instagram today.

The 40-year-old took to her Instagram Story to share not one, but two selfies of her after undergoing a glamorous makeover alongside her second daughter with ex Brian McFadden.

In the first photo, the former Atomic Kitten star smiled as she showed off her freshly blow-dried purple 'do while clad in a light blue cardigan.

After thanking her glam squad, Kerry then posted a snap alongside Lily, who looked equally glamorous after getting a similar hairstyle and make-up look.

Kerry's glam appearance comes a day after the star said she was left "humiliated" after having to take her clothes off on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.

The mum-of-five said she felt "really uncomfortable" when directed to take all her clothes off.

She explained: "For me, it's a bit humiliating having to strip in front of everybody.

"There’s a camera crew, loads of men, and they’re all looking at you. I kept my knickers on, I felt really uncomfortable straight away.

"But that's what this show is about, they want to strip you absolutely bare and then kind of build you back up again, I guess."


The stars on SAS: Who Dares Wins – who this year include Ulrika Jonsson and ex Loose Women panellist Saira Khan – are usually required to go entirely naked.

The programme has proved a huge challenge for Kerry, who viewers saw breaking down in tears during a grilling on the show.

During the section where she was asked to speak about her life, she told the staff about her abusive relationship with ex George Kay, who died in 2019.

She said: "When George died there were so many mixed emotions. I was so angry.

"How f***ing dare you die. Putting me and the kids through all that s**t and then you just die.

"The worst conversation I had to have was with my five-year-old [Dylan-Jorge] to tell her her daddy had died. I had to explain that to a baby. T**t as he was, he was still her dad."

Viewers found it hard to watch and rallied behind Kerry with one telling her: "Making me sob watching you on sas who dares wins!

"You ARE an inspiration to so many Kerry I wish you could see it!! So bloody proud of you! Xxx."

Speaking ahead of the series launch of Celebrity SAS, Kerry said: "I've got a lot of closure doing the show.

"I wanted to prove something to everybody – that I've turned my life around. I've been through hell and back several times and I thought 'why not give it another go?'"

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