Kerry Katona has been left devastated after not being invited to take part in the Atomic Kitten 20th anniversary reunion.
Atomic Kitten celebrating their 20th anniversary and Ive not been invited!!!! Im soooo upset!!! she wrote on Instagram.
Absolutely gutted the founder member is not allowed to go to her own band and the girls dont want me there!!! And I still dont know what it is Ive done to upset them so much!!!
Oh well… hope you have a great anniversary @natashahamilton @lizmcclarnon stay blessed ladies xxxxxxxx.
The pop band will be performing at a club in Frome in June, and it has been billed as a 20th anniversary show.
Kerry was part of the bands original line-up, alongside Liz McClarnon and Natasha Hamilton, but was replaced by Jenny Frost in 2001.
The three reunited for The Big Reunion, and they had been performing dates across the country, but Kerry later claimed she was asked to leave after a drunken incident at a personal appearance late last year when she reportedly called Natasha a toxic c***.
She later backtracked on her claims and admitted in another deleted Instagram video that she was very proud to be a part of Atomic Kitten and that she was never, ever kicked out of the band.
The three of us all decided to knock it on the head as we have so much more lined up separately and as individuals next year which we all want to concentrate on.
But the allegations were still hurtful to Natasha and Liz, and a close friend of the girls told Metro.co.uk that the pair were left shocked by her tweets.
Kerry was never ever booted out of the band, Liz and Natasha read her claims and were devastated, the pal told Metro.co.uk.
They couldnt understand why she would say something like that when it just wasnt true. Its so unfair to Natasha and Liz, who have had her back for years. It seems when Kerry has something to promote, she uses them. They are both shocked and hurt.
Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Natasha and Liz for comment.