Kerry Katona has revealed her daughter has given her a warning after signing up for Celebs Go Dating.
Singer and reality star Kerry is one of seven singletons on the new line up for the Spring.
The mum-of-five recently started filming the show and admitted she had been issued a warning by her eldest daughter.
Kerry said: "My Molly said ‘mum, by all means do the show but if you put your tongue down anyone’s throat I will never speak to you again.’"
She told The Sun newspaper: “Someone said to me I’d be the talk of the playground and I said ‘I don’t give a s*** about the mum’s but what I do give a s*** about is what the kids will be saying to my kids in the classroom.
“I wouldn’t do it to them. The kids have got enough stick over my past. I wouldn’t do it to them – on camera. I didn’t say I wouldn’t get my t*ts out though.”
Kerry also let slip that her daughter Molly would make an appearance on the upcoming series.
“We got Molly on the show – Lily [Kerry's second eldest daughter] doesn’t know as she’ll be jealous – she was on Facetime and went ‘Okay mummy, go and find me a new daddy.’,” she added.
The names on the new line up on the Celebs Go Dating 2019 cast were announced last year.
Alongside Kerry, the Celebrity singletons are made up of Love Island's loyal Georgia Steel, reality star Megan McKenna, popstar and Jungle Queen Kerry Katona and Hollyoaks actress Chelsee Healey.
With the girls are a trio of single guys; The Only Way is Essex’s Pete Wicks, Ibiza Weekender head rep David Potts and Made in Chelsea’s Sam Thompson, who is returning to the show after previously failing to find a partner last time.
Celebs Go Dating will air later this year on E4.