Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Thursday, 12 August 2010

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Kerry secretly took up smoking when she heard that the nicotine can help remove belly wrinkles.

MARBELLA, Spain - Kerry Katona looks quite good in a bikini swimsuit. She admits that she has managed to lose quite a bit of weight within the past few months but she is still somewhat upset with herself.

The former singer with the all-girl band Atomic Kitten said that she has had all kinds of procedures done including liposuction, breast reduction, cellulite removal, and even a clitoral tuck, but she is still not 100 percent happy with her looks.

Kerry said that for some reason she has about six wrinkles situated around her belly button that plastic surgeons have not been able to remove.

The last doctor who tried said that he was stumped as to why his time-tested procedure did not work and he even returned her check for £15,000 [$23,500 U.S.].

Since divorcing her husband Mark Croft, Katona has dated several men, who all said that they thought that her belly wrinkles give her character.

Some of Katona's recent suitors include Simon Cowell, Nigel Lythgoe, Adam Waldron, and Charlie Sheen.

SIDENOTE: Kerry says that she plans to travel to America and visit noted belly plastic surgeon Dr. Jimbo Creamwhipple, who did a lot of the plastic operations on Heidi "Plastic Woman" Montag including an amazing groin location exchange between her clitoris and her G-spot.

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