Kerry Katona has slammed Rita Ora after the star had to apologise for breaching the UK's coronavirus restrictions twice.
The former singer, who first found fame in girlband Atomic Kitten, hit out at Rita, 30, in her latest column for New magazine.
The 40-year-old asked, "Why is it one rule for her and another for us?" as she slammed the Let Me Be Lonely hitmaker for breaking lockdown to throw herself a 30th birthday bash in a restaurant with what was reported to be around 30 guests.
Kerry said she believes the high-profile star should be "setting an example" instead of breaking rules.
Kerry wrote in her column: "Rita Ora has been a bad girl after throwing a party during lockdown. Why is it one rule for her and another for us?
"I understand it was her 30th birthday, but I do think it’s bad for somebody of her profile to be breaking rules when people look up to her.
"She should be setting an example."
Kerry continued: "But I saw Piers Morgan was bad-mouthing her and once that happens, that’s it, you’re f**ked!"
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The singer issued an apology on Monday in which she wrote she was "deeply sorry" for her "spur of the moment decision made with the misguided view".
On Tuesday's Good Morning Britain, Piers labelled the Anywhere songstress "selfish" and suggested she wasn't actually sorry.
He spoke of the party, saying: "If the rules aren't for them, what's the point in the rules?"
The 55-year-old said to Rita: "You're deeply sorry? What about? You're deeply sorry you got caught.
"She said, 'I thought lockdown was gonna end,' – so she knew there was a lockdown!"
Piers then went on: "If you're one of these people that can't go see loved ones, how do they feel?
"You've got Rita Ora with her party, Laurence Fox hugging his mates at his long lunch. This is the mindset of these people, it's shocking!"
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