Kerry Katona to edit the letters of Vita Sackville-West

KERRY Katona has landed a big-money deal to edit the love letters of the late Vita Sackville-West.
The former Atomic Kitten singer’s new agent Valerie Smuerk has hailed the contract as: “The publishing coup of the decade, as big as the Hitler Diaries.”
Valerie, talent manager for Sometimes I Wonder, took over after Kerry sacked her previous agent last month amid allegations that her life was being reported in the press as “a car crash”.
Kerry is sure she has never had a car crash.
It is rumoured that in newspaper offices she is referred to as “the Warrington woman” because of the superstition that even saying her name would bring bad luck.
But Valerie said: “Brand Kerry is mega-mega boom-boom. Kerry will be mates with Emma Watson before the end of next year.
“She has the perfume brand and the biography and the fitness DVD, now Kerry needs a new supercharged profile like JK Rowling. And the word I am getting is… Bloomsbury.”
Vita Sackville-West was associated with the bed-hopping Bloomsbury Group – named after a smart area of central London – whose antics were the subject of a TV drama in 2015 which broadcaster BBC2 admitted contained “strong language and scenes of a sexual nature”.
Kerry, who won the nation’s hearts as queen of the jungle in 2014’s I’m a Celebrity… will be sharing her personal journey into the passionate letters that Vita wrote to a woman who was married to a man.