Atomic Kitten record Whole Again as World Cup song and snub Kerry Katona again

The twosome sang their 2001 classic without their ex-bandmate who is staying at a Holistic Boot Camp in Marbella amid a feud in the group.

Kerry revealed she had been kicked out of Atomic Kitten after branding Natasha as "a toxic c***" in an onstage rant.

It's unclear whether Kerry was approached to take part in the singalong for a special fan version of the hit that fans are singing to England manager Gareth Southgate.

The chant mixes the lyrics of the 2001 classic with World Cup anthem Three Lions and has been one of the main anthems of England supporters this summer.

It is one of the songs sweeping the nation – and the stands in Russia – while England seek glory in Russia.

The catchy song in honour of Southgate changes Whole Again lyrics to: "Looking back on when we first met I cannot escape and I cannot forget, Southgate you’re the one. you still turn me on, football’s coming home again."

Last night Natasha, 35, posted a photo of her in the studio.

She captioned the snap: "Today was fun! #footballscominghomeagain ⚽."

It's after Natasha shared a video of herself belting out the words before the 2-0 quarter-final win over Sweden.

She said: "So, in preparation for tomorrow's #WorldCup18 #England #ENGvSWE match, here's a little version of Whole Again (World Cup '18) to get everyone in the winning mood."

Southgate joined in the celebrations in Samara by orchestrating the crowd.

He turned choirmaster as supporters sang his name after leading England into the semi-final against Croatia.

Goals from Harry Maguire and Dele Alli sank Sweden and sent us into the last-four for the first time in 28 years.

Southgate said: "I spoke to the lads before the game — and none of us fancied going home.

“We have to be here another week and it’s up to us now which games we play in. I’m so proud of what all the players and staff have done.

"We’ve got to this point because the collective has been so strong. Croatia will be an amazing game.”


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