Kerry Katona’s daughter Lilly-Sue says she turned down Love Island because she likes to have “intellectual conversations”.
The 18 year old was offered a place in the famous villa but explained that the ITV reality show wasn’t really her thing.
Speaking to new! magazine she said: “It’s not really my cup of tea. I respect Love Island but all that hanging around in swimsuits all the time…b******g with randon people.
“I like to have intellectual conversations and a laugh.”
Lilly-Sue told the publication she studied a law course in college that was meant for students three years older and that she “smashed it” because academically she’s “very clever”.
The teen is the image of her mum Kerry and the duo had a whale of a time recently when they won E4’s Celebrity Ghost Trip.
The pair were joined by host and tour guide Brendan Sheerin, whilst other contestants include Dick and Dom, Chloe Veitch and Nicole O’Brien, David Potts and Callum Izzard and Graft and Sian Gabbidon.
Kerry took to Instagram saying: “Think this has been the best show I’ve taken part it in… mainly because I got to do it with my baby @lils.mc but also the rest of gang were just amazing!!”
Lilly-Sue said: “When I got asked to do Celeb Ghost Trip, the first thing I thought is ‘Do I really want to be stuck on a coach with my mum for a week’, but I’m really interested in the paranormal and witchcraft so I thought what a once in a lifetime opportunity.”
Kerry’s daughter Lilly-Sue is a huge paranormal fan and previously called herself a witch.
“I was born an Irish Catholic, but I’ve always been drawn to spells and crystals,” Lilly-Sue told OK! magazine.
“At the start of the first lockdown I was really struggling. Like everyone else I found it so hard and I was searching for something to make me feel better. I remember I went to the woods one day, and I actually got drawn down this path I’d never been down before.”
Lilly-Sue is Kerry’s second child with Brian, with whom she also shares 19-year-old daughter Molly.
Kerry is also mum to Heidi, 14, and Maxwell, 13, with Mark Croft, and seven-year-old Dylan-Jorge with George Kay.
Westlife singer Brian recently welcomed his third child and first with his partner Danielle Kelly, baby Ruby Jean McFadden.
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