Kerry Katona has revealed she’s planning on becoming a “celebrity counsellor” with husband George Kay.
The star has been very open about her personal struggles with a drug addiction, two divorces and bankruptcy.
So she will definitely be able to give the celebs some first hand advice.
Speaking to OK! magazine she said: “I’ve actually signed up to do a life coaching course in October.
“I’m really looking forward to that. It’s a week-long course and I think George is going to sign up, too.
“We could be the next celebrity counsellors on TV!”
Opening up about her past experiences and personal battles she said: “I have no regrets about my life.
“I don’t hate anybody who’s been in my life. I have to accept what’s happened and move on.
“A lot of people blame their issues on their failures in life – I did that for a long time.”
She added: “My childhood and then losing all my money. But you end up on the path that you need to be on.
“I’ve come to understand that it’s only you who can change your life. That’s what I’m doing.
“People contact me to say I’ve been an inspiration. That makes me feel good.”
Kerry, 36, has also been very open about her battle with mental health and gives her fans an insight into suffering with bipolar.
The star was diagnosed with the illness in 2005.
The singer appeared on ITV’s This Morning in April to talk about her issues.
Speaking to hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford Kerry said: “Only last week I had two or three days constant crying, I didn’t eat.
“I was upset, and for what reason I don’t know, I just felt really irritated.”
The mum-of-five is keen to open up to her fans about her battle with bipolar.
Kerry took to Instagram last month and shared a clip where she spoke about her latest episode.
She said: “Good morning all, it’s a beautiful day.
“I’m feeling better – haven’t been myself these last few days.
“The weather’s beautiful, I’ve been out for a walk, which is really good for mental health.”
She ended the quick video by saying: “So all those who do suffer, it’s really good to try and get out there and have a walk.”
Fans were quick to praise the star for being so open with one saying: “Good on you for speaking out and being a voice for us all.”
Another wrote: “You are a role model to people like me and others keep doing what you’re doing.”
“Love that you talk about mental health issues openly,” a third commented.