KERRY Katona says she’s been through “three weeks of hell” filming “most disgusting TV show ever”.
The TV star, 40, has been taking part in new bizarre Channel 4 show Trash Monsters.
Hosted by comedian Jon Richardson and produced by Naked, the show also features model Jodie Kidd and former footie star John Barnes.
In the TV special, each celebrity wears their own trash suit that contains waste from their household as they go about their regular lives.
Along with Jodie and John, Kerry has been filmed wearing rubbish from her home to help her become more mindful about waste.
Taking to Instagram, Kerry shared pictures with the other celebs taking part, but went on to detail how tough it had been.
Posting snaps with John and Jodie, the former Atomic Kitten star wrote: “Well not gonna lie… this has been one of the most disgusting shows I’ve took part in.. thank god for these two! @jodiekiddoffical #johnbarnes ❤️💙❤️ 3 weeks of hell… can’t wait for you all to watch and LEARN!!! Xxxx”
The Sun exclusively revealed how Kerry had signed up to the Channel 4 show.
A source told us in May: “Kerry has signed up to be one of the stars of Trash Monsters. It sounds like a really out-there concept but ultimately it’s going to encourage people to think twice about how much they waste.
“As a mum of five, with four at home, Kerry knows all too well how much big families can get through in terms of food and household items.
“She’s pretty good normally but thinks this show will help her kids understand more about waste and why it is important to try and be better.”
The 90-minute special – which will air later this year – will seek to highlight important climate change issues and inspire participants and viewers to reduce their waste output.
Throughout the experiment, the celebrities will aim to reduce their carbon footprint.
They will also create rules for their families to live by in order to reduce their rubbish.
The celebrity who reduces their carbon footprint the most will be crowned the winner.
Every year around 30 million tonnes of household waste is generated in the UK.
Of that figure, it’s reported that 5.9m tonnes of this is just packaging alone.