Kerry Katona is the latest celebrity to jump on the Tiger King bandwagon.
The former Atomic Kitten star, 39, has been enjoying her time in quarantine with her kids by binging on Netflix series and making videos on the ever popular Tik Tok.
In particular, the reality TV favourite has been enjoying impersonating Carol Baskin – the woman that absolutely everyone is talking about after Netflix released a sex part documentary on the tiger keeper.
Admitting that her 16th day in isolation has driven her around the bend, Kerry joked that she had ‘lost it’.
Donning a very apt animal print onesie and a bright pop of blue eyeshadow, the mother-of-five really got into character.
Kerry opened the video by quipping: “Hello you cool cats and kittens”.
She continued: “It’s Carol Baskin here, and I did not murder my husband. Hope you’re enjoying your cage, Joe Exotic”.
Fans were left in hysterics after watching Kerry’s quarantine creation, and urged her to continue making videos throughout the entirety of quarantine.
“This is brilliant. You really went there with the dress code as well. Please keep them coming” voiced one delighted fan.
While others shared: “Omg, you could actually be her twin. So funny!’.
“Love this. You actually kind of look like her, I’ve just noticed haha”.
With a fourth follower adding: “Kerry this is amazing. You really resemble her!”.
The latest Tiger King video comes after Kerry made her debut appearance on the infectious app Tik Tok.
The mum-of-five claimed that her kids forced her to post the video as she performed a viral dance to Say So by Doja Cat.
Kerry, 39, looked nervous as she danced around her living room in stripy pink pjs, her daughter Dylan-Jorge peering around behind her.
“The kids made me get a @tiktok account … isolation going well,” she joked, alongside laughing face emojis.
On the video, Kerry explained it was her 15th day in quarantine as she self-isolated with her children.
Over the past number of days, the singer has also been plagued worry that she’s caught coronavirus after her eldest daughter started showing symptoms.
Kery said she was suffering a dry cough, sore throat and dizziness, which was making her feel anxious.
Her daughter Molly McFadden hasn’t been tested for the condition but Kerry was “really scared” that she’d caught it last week.
Writing in her new! magazine column about her own symptoms, Kerry said: “As I write this, I’ve got some symptoms too.
“I’ve got a dry cough and sore throat, and I feel weak and dizzy sometimes, so we are isolating ourselves for as long as we need to.”