PADGATE popstar and former queen of the jungle Kerry Katona has revealed big plans for a Netflix movie to be made about her life.

The Atomic Kitten band member who graced the stage at Liverpool Pride this weekend has given fans an exciting glimpse into what’s coming next by confirming major plans to see her life played out on screen.

Mum-of-five Kerry revealed on the Matt Haycox Show podcast that two screenwriters are in the process of adapting her recent biography, Whole Again, into a movie for the multi-billion-dollar streaming service.

Speaking to Matt Haycox, she said: “I’ve had a colourful life, Matt. I’ve been married three times, divorced twice, widowed once.

“I’ve come from nothing, become a millionaire three times, and bankrupt twice, and now Netflix have got my life story, and want to turn it into a film. I can’t say too much more yet but watch this space.”

She re-confirmed details of the exciting venture on her weekly column in Closer magazine, saying:

“I’ve got two screenwriters who have copies of my book and are turning it into a film.

“I’ve been through everything, you name it, there’s enough material for a sequel, or a prequel.”

Giving an added insight into who Kerry might like to play herself in the movie adaptation of her book, she said Little Women actress Florence Pugh would be a ‘great’ fit.

Meanwhile only this Saturday, the popstar put on an impressive performance for the LGBTQ+ community as Liverpool celebrated Pride.

Delivering an energetic show, fans praised her performance on the big stage online, with one saying: “Fabulous @kerrykatona7 and in my opinion you were the best in the band & still the best original and I think you’re singing is spot on.”

Kerry relived her Atomic Kitten days despite having been snubbed by the band in their latest reunion tour.

Speaking on Steph’s Packed Lunch about the ordeal, Kerry said: “We did the Big Reunion, it was all great, me and Tash had a bit of a to-do, we made up again, it was all great. And then they say they were ending it and they continued touring without me.

“I was gutted, especially when they did the Southgate song, I really would have loved to be a part of that, but they brought in Jenny instead.

“But it’s fine, I wish them nothing but love and happiness and joy. I’ve reached out to them a couple of times and never heard back, I think one of them has blocked me, to be honest,” she said.