Kerry Katona applauded Hollyoaks actress Sarah Jayne Dunn for joining her on adult site OnlyFans.
The former Atomic Kitten singer recently revealed that she earned her first £ 1million on the racy subscription website.
Kerry, 41, praised Sarah in her latest column for New Magazine after the soap opera star revealed she was “taking back control” by signing up to share her “sexiest” pictures on OnlyFans, mirror reports.
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Kerry wrote: “I think it’s great to see so many celebrities being open to using it.
“I think the stigma has faded a bit now.
“We are seeing more empowerment and acceptance from people who want to earn money and celebrate their bodies.
” It’s a company. I’m there constantly, with my Marnii dating app and my clothing brand.
“I don’t see why it’s such a big deal when people find other ways to increase their income – go if you want! “
The mother-of-five previously revealed that she made her first million with OnlyFans after being declared bankrupt in 2008.
She said: “People don’t hesitate to say, ‘she’s desperate’ if I get out a little nipple, but I’ve made my first million since bankruptcy and I’m so, so proud.
“If it hadn’t been for OnlyFans, I wouldn’t have had the money to invest in myself and in building other businesses.
“What gets on my nerves is when Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise in Eyes Wide Shut moan and moan in sex scenes.
“Or Angelina Jolie and Julia Roberts take off their kit. They get paid millions, they get awards. It’s art, honey.
“But I’m on trial. I don’t show anything more than going topless on vacation.”
She joined OnlyFans after borrowing £ 50 from her mother as she could only afford to give her children pasta, canned goods and frozen food.
Among his followers, who pay up to £ 18 a month, are couples hoping to spice up their love lives, Atomic Kitten fans and men obsessed with his one-meter height.
It was when a friend told her that a male friend was making thousands of dollars on the site that Kerry began to view it as a business opportunity.
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Sarah, who plays Mandy Richardson on the Channel Four soap opera, wrote of her decision last week: “It’s a decision I’ve thought about at length, not one I took lightly or on the spur of the moment. head, it’s about taking back control, about empowering and trusting and having full power over my choices.
“I love doing photoshoots, I always will, that’s how I entered the theater industry, at the age of 12, I decided I wanted to be a model and I was enrolled in a modeling course, joined an agency and had my first professional I had my first television audition and the rest is history.
“I’ve been fortunate enough to travel to some pretty amazing places for photo ops since I was 17, that being said, I never felt in control, neither over content nor over finances.
“I did a men’s magazine on a men’s magazine and a calendar on a calendar, I enjoyed every shoot but never felt like I had a lot to say about them.
“I was confronted with other girls and I felt deflated if I had not been chosen for a shoot or for a cover, I was airbrushed, retouched and ‘enhanced’ without consent. and unnecessary and I didn’t always receive a photo or copy (the wording of an interview) approval, leaving both my image and my words distorted.
“The older I get, the more cathartic it is to take back control, set healthy boundaries, and know my worth and worth.”