Kerry Katona claims Will Smith ogled her and exclaimed ‘Your breasts are massive’ backstage on The Jonathan Ross Show

KERRY Katona has claimed that Hollyood star Will Smith once ogled her boobs before commenting on their size when they met backstage at The Jonathan Ross Show.

The shock encounter occurred in 2007, when Kerry was pregnant with her daughter, Heidi.

Kerry and Will met backstage at The Jonathan Ross Show
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Writing in her New! magazine column, the former Atomic Kitten star explained: “I met Will Smith in the green room of The Jonathan Ross Show and he was very taken with me.

“I was pregnant with Heidi at the time and he looked at me and said: ‘Your breasts are massive!’

“I replied: “I know, love!’”

Kerry, 38, added: “He was one of the nicest celebs I’ve met and I like to think he was star struck too in his own little way.”

Will commented on Kerry’s ‘massive breasts’
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The mother-of-five shared the anecdote after hearing how A-list actor Chris Pratt had come out as a huge Gemma Collins fan last month.

Chris, 39, sung the former Towie star’s praises during a recent interview, telling Glamour that he would be “star struck” if he ever met Gemma.

Speaking about Dancing On Ice, the US actor said: “The GC, she’s a real star, I love that show.

Kerry spoke out about having a ‘famous fan’
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“I watched it when I was out here shooting years ago. I got hooked on it.

“I’d be a little star struck if I met Gemma.”

Kerry remarked in her column: “I’ve got a few famous fans myself.”

The first look of Will Smith as Aladdin’s Genie was revealed last night

Meanwhile, 50-year-old Will hit the headlines earlier today when fans got the first look of him in the iconic role of Genie for the upcoming live-action remake of Disney’s Aladdin.

The teaser clip aired during last night’s Grammy awards, but viewers were left unimpressed by Will’s brief appearance.

Mostly, fans were horrified by the Genie’s appearance – seemingly surprised that he was blue like in the original Disney version of the film, when the character was voice by the late Robin Williams.


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