Kerry Katona will star on the bizarre new Channel 4 show (Picture: Getty Images)
TV in 2021 has been completely mad and now Channel 4 is adding to the chaos by making Kerry Katona wear her household rubbish for two weeks.
It’s truly the golden age of TV.
After ITV’s The Masked Singer and Netflix’s Sexy Beasts, we’ve now got the new series Trash Monsters, which will see celebs donning specifically made trash suits to wear their household rubbish around for two weeks. As you do.
TV star Kerry, model Jodie Kidd, and football legend John Barnes will take part in the series, with comedian Jon Richardson hosting.
It’s for a good cause though – the show aims to make the stars more aware of their carbon footprint and household waste output amid the climate crisis.
They will also create a handful of hard-line rules for their families to live by, in order to reduce their rubbish and cut down their trash suit’s bulging ‘waste-line’.
The celebrity who reduces their carbon footprint the most will be crowned the winner – so the game is on.
Jodie Kidd will also don the trash suit (Picture: Getty Images for evian)
Host Jon said: ‘We have reached the stage of impending climate catastrophe where a rodent-looking comedian is forced into making well-meaning celebs go and wear their trash.
‘I believe Trash Monsters will be funny, enlightening and an incredibly vivid depiction of how easily we all accumulate vast amounts of waste.’
The series aims to teach the celebs about their household waste output (Picture: Getty Images)
Natalie McArdle, Co-Executive Producer added: ‘We can’t wait to reveal a hidden side to our celebrities as they bravely grant us access-all-areas inside their homes and their bins – and wear their waste.’
It’s not Kerry’s only new venture, with the star recently opening up about her new-found success on OnlyFans.
The 40-year-old told The Mirror that setting herself up on the adults-only subscription site is earning her ‘tens of thousands a month’.
She doesn’t care if people judge her for being on the website as she is now able to ‘invest in herself’ thanks to the money she has made.
Kerry said: ‘People are quick to say, “she’s desperate” if I get out a bit of nipple, but I’ve made my first million since bankruptcy and I’m so, so proud.’
Trash Monsters will air on Channel 4.