Kerry Katona admits she’s encouraging daughter Lilly-Sue, 19, to go on Love Island and make a ‘s**t-load’ of money | The Sun

KERRY Katona admits she's encouraging her daughter to go on Love Island as her TV debut.

Kerry 42, admits she wants her daughter, Lilly-Sue, to "break stereotypes" and make a "s**t-load'" of money on the ITV dating contest.

And the TV personality has big plans for her second oldest daughter's career.

The Atomic Kitten star, has five children, Molly, 21, Lilly-Sue, 19, Heidi, 15, Max, 14 and Dylan-Jorge, eight.

But her focus at the moment is on Lilly-Sue, who Kerry believes would "break the stereotype of girls entering the villa".

The mum-of-five told The Mirror: "Lilly is not a girly girl in that respect, I think so many kids, especially my Heidi are messed up from the image that Love Island portrays,"

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"I want a girl in there who doesn't care about hair and make up, has wobbly bits and can have a joke and drink beer from a can."

But it isn't the first time the show has been on the cards for Lilly-Sue.

The 19-year-old rejected the villa last year, telling OK!: "It's not a bit of me – not in a rude way, it's a fun show – but if I was going to make a big TV debut, it would not be with Love Island."

She continued: "I hate PDAs. I had a boyfriend for two years and I would not let him touch me in public," 

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"For most people going in the villa, being surrounded by all those hunky men, it's a dream come true – for me, it'd be my worst nightmare." 

Lilly-Sue's father is former Westlife singer Brian McFadden, Kerry's first husband, also dad to their eldest daughter, Molly.

Warrington-born Kerry acknowledged the impact the Love Island image has on young women, saying: "I said to Heidi 'what do you want to be?' and she said 'I want to be Molly-Mae [Hague], all these young girls are starting to look the same."

She added: "Lilly is not a girly girl in that respect, I think so many kids, especially my Heidi are messed up from the image that Love Island portrays." 

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