Kerry Katona gives up booze
- Bang Showbiz
- 2 January 2017
Kerry Katona has vowed to give up drinking in 2017
Kerry Katona has vowed to give up drinking in 2017.
The 36-year-old television personality has kickstarted her new year by leaving alcohol behind, as she took to Twitter to express her amazement about waking up without a hangover.
She wrote on the social media site: "Feels amazing not waking up with a hangover on the first day of the year!Keeping it that way from now on! #nodrinking (sic)"
And Kerry isn't the only star quitting alcohol in 2017, as fellow media personality Katie Price also admitted in December that she was planning on going sober for the new year.
The 38-year-old star announced during an appearance on 'Loose Women' she is going to stop boozing once 2017 begins and she plans to not drink another drop until the end of the next 12 months.
Katie has made her decision following reports she stripped off to just a thong and knee-high leather boots in the toilets of business EnergySave's Christmas party which she was paid £13,000 to appear at and also ranted at guests while handing out the company's end-of-year prizes with her ex-boyfriend Dane Bowers.
Busty beauty Katie, 38, had already promised to have a 'dry January' during a prior appearance on the programme, but decided to go teetotal for the whole of 2017 after accepting booze "doesn't agree" with her.
The mother-of-five - who is married to Kieran Hayler - said: "When I drink I am a nightmare, though I don't mean to be. Lately there have been stories that I'm a rowdy drunk, you guys know me I'm actually quite normal, but I've thought, 'You know what? It just doesn't agree with me.' because I'm small it affects me and I never know that one more is too much, it's took me 38 years to realise. Anyway next year you know I said I'd do a dry January but I'm actually not going to drink for the whole year. This is for you out there to challenge me on.
"When I was pregnant I did it, so what difference does it make? It's one year out of my life to be healthy and just try and see what it's like."