Molly McFadden made a surprise cameo on Celebs Go Dating last week.
And Kerry Katona has revealed her 17-year-old daughter has since been inundated with offers for TV work thanks to her ‘natural’ charisma on camera.
The 38-year-old mother-of-five – who raises children Molly and Lilly-Sue, 16, with ex-husband Brian McFadden, Heidi, 12, and Max, 10, with second spouse Mark Croft and Dylan-Jorge, four, with her third ex-husband George Kay – is crossing her fingers things work out for Molly.
In demand: Kerry Katona has revealed her 17-year-old daughter Molly McFadden has been inundated with offers for TV work thanks to her ‘natural’ charisma on camera
Kerry told new! magazine: ‘Everyone loved my Molly’s cameo on Celebs Go Dating last week, and now I can reveal she’s had some TV offers!’
Revealing that nothing has been confirmed yet, she added: ‘She’s a natural on camera and super funny… a bit like her mother. In fact, all the kids are.’
The former Atomic Kitten singer appeared in a number of fly-on-the-wall reality shows from 2007 to 2010, showcasing her chaotic family life with second husband Mark.
Just like her mother: Molly McFadden made a surprise cameo on Celebs Go Dating last week and viewers loved her bubbly personality (pictured on set at the dating agency)
The star – who was at the height of her battle with drug addiction at the time – would love for the nation to see her ever-expanding family in a new light.
The bubbly blonde is hoping they will land another reality show so the nation can witness their funny ‘banter’ and terrible arguments.
Kerry wants to become a reality TV stalwart and the UK’s answer to Keeping Up With the Kardashians, saying she aspires to be like ‘a geriatric Kris Jenner’.
Momager: Kerry wants to become a reality TV stalwart and the UK’s answer to Keeping Up With the Kardashians, saying she aspires to be like ‘a geriatric Kris Jenner’
She joked: ‘I wanna be the head of a huge family, like a geriatric Kris Jenner. You could call us the British Kardashians, but more common.’
Kerry has been showing off her softer side on Celebs Go Dating so far, proving both endearing and hilarious to watch.
She burst into tears as she reflected on the ‘only love of her life’, Brian McFadden.
As dating agents Anna and Paul dredged up why her three marriages failed, it wasn’t long until the painful memories of the Westlife singer leaving her brought her to tears.
Past heartache: Kerry has been showing off her softer side on Celebs Go Dating so far, and broke down as she reflected on her first marriage to Brian McFadden
She said: ‘The only time I was ever in love was my first husband. I look back now and think: “God, we were so young, was it puppy love?”
‘Brian was the only love of my life and it went downhill from there. When Brian left me I didn’t want to be rich and famous I wanted to belong.’
Overwhelmed with emotion, Kerry continued: ‘I didn’t want my kids to have a broken home. I kept doing the same pattern over and over again.
‘But I got to 36 and thought I want someone to hold my hand. Obviously my standards have raised and so they should but they have got to a point now where I haven’t let anybody in.’
Answering the hard question: Dating agents Anna and Paul dredged up why her three marriages failed
She then joked: ‘Maybe I should become a lesbian?’
Kerry married Brian in 2002, but he filed for divorce in 2004 and embarked on a relationship with Australian singer Delta Goodrem.
Brian and Kerry’s divorce was finalised in 2006, and he and Delta went on to date for seven years before they split in 2011.
Taxi driver Mark proposed to Kerry that year after five weeks of romance, and the pair married on Valentine’s Day in 2007, before splitting in 2009.
She wed third husband George in 2014, but parted ways for good in 2017 following a tumultuous on/off romance.
Tearful: Painful memories of the Westlife singer leaving her brought poor Kerry to tears (pictured with Brian in 2004)