Kerry Katona channels her inner Britney Spears as she shows off her curves and dances with a huge snake round her neck

KERRY Katona has channelled vintage Britney Spears by wrapping a snake around her neck a la Brit’s 2001 performance of Slave For You.

The 36-year-old is currently performing in Australia with her Atomic Kitten bandmates where she took some time out of their busy schedules to pose visit some Aussie wildlife.



As she tweeted images of her nervously holding a snake and trying to work some dance moves, the singer joked “Feel like I’m back in the jungle”, referring to her 2004 winning stint in I’m a Celeb.

Kerry hasn't had much luck with snakes in the past as she is currently on marriage number three following a string of doomed relationships.

Kerry also couldn’t resist uploading a snap of her on the beach showing off her incredible curves.

The mum-of-five underwent a mini-tummy tuck last year showed off her flat stomach and tanned body in a halter-neck black bikini.

The pics come as she rubbished claims that she and Atomic Kitten band mate Natasha Hamilton have clashed during their reunion concert in New Zealand this weekend.

It was alleged that she and Natasha had reignited old feuds as they performed their biggest hits during the gig at the Auckland's ASB Theatre.

But Kerry took to her Twitter page this morning and wrote: "Where the hell this spat between tash and me has come from god knows @NatashaOfficial we're like bloody sisters!! Xxx"

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According to the Mirror, there was 'awkward tension' between the pair as the girls finished their set with a rendition of their biggest song Whole Again.

Kerry, one of the founding members of the band, quit shortly after the song was released in 2000 and was replaced by Jenny Frost.

The paper reported that as the song ended, Kerry said, "I was in the band then! So it's my number one too!" to which Natasha replied: "It's everyone's number one."

And there was believed to be "awkward tension" between the ladies after Kerry allegedly hit a couple of bum notes during the set.

But Kerry's manager Mark Thomas backed up her statement on Twitter and told the Sun Online: "It's a nonsense story. No issues between them."

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