KERRY Katona has slammed the Pussycat Dolls for their very sexy performance on Saturday Night Takeaway.
The 39-year-old said she had to cover her 11-year-old son Max's eyes during their raunchy routine on the family show that was hit with furious Ofcom complaints.
Writing in her New Magazine column, Kerry said: "I love the Pussycat Dolls – they're beautiful women with incredible figures – but I have to disagree with Ashley Roberts who hit back at Ofcom complaints about their raunchy routine on Saturday Night Takeaway.
"She argued they were expressing their feminitiy, but there are ways to do that that don't require wearing nothing but tittle tassels. I had to cover Max's eyes! So I understand why people were put off."
The Sun exclusively revealed that disgruntled fans took the extreme measure of complaining to Ofcom about the dance.
That's despite cheeky hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly jokingly ‘censoring’ their routine and asking the singers to "tone down" their risque style for their "family friendly" show.
Kerry added: "It may sound prudish and I'm sure some of you will call me a hypocrite considering I've done topless modelling, but I didn't have kids then.
"Now I do, I'm concerned about exposing them to sexuality at a young age.
"Good on the Dolls, but there's a time and a place – and SNT is not it."
But Pussycat Doll Ashley, 38, defended the costumes and insisted the group's stage looks celebrate "femininity" and "women".
The Strictly star said: "We are wearing costumes. And they are sassy and fierce.
"We are owning our femininity and celebrating ourselves as women."
Yet again they upset some viewers of The One Show on the BBC last night who complained their gig was "too sexy for teatime."
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