Of course you don't.
Still, since we've brought it up, she's keeping herself busy as a latter-day Jimmy Savile.
Not like that.
A school in Hornsey rolled out the red carpet when one of the Atomic Kittens dropped by.Still, a gig's a gig, eh? And a solo gig is a... hang on... you say this wasn't a solo gig?
Pop star Natasha Hamilton visited Rokesly Infant School, in Hermiston Avenue, to teach children about road safety.
She teamed up with the character Belt from the children’s film The Croods to mark Belt Up Week.I suppose if you're playing second fiddle, better a fictional sloth than Kerry Katona, eh?
The reason why this school was chosen is a bit odd:
The school was one of only five schools from across the country to be recognised for its contribution to road safety over the years.If the school is one of the five best at road safety, wouldn't it make more sense for Belt and Kitten to go and visit one of the ones that are less good at it?