KERRY Katona will reveal all in a new Channel 4 documentary.
The ex-Atomic Kitten singer is being followed by cameras as she deals with the aftermath of her split from husband Mark Croft.
It is thought the programme also charts the Warrington star’s ongoing efforts to lose weight.
A Channel 4 spokeswoman said the one-off documentary is scheduled to be aired next year.
She described reports the mum-of-four was paid £50,000 as “inaccurate” adding Kerry’s agent agreed a £10,000 fee.
Insiders claimed crews caught the moment the 29-year-old left her Cheshire home for a holiday in Tenerife earlier this month after dumping Mark, 39. They are also said to have filmed Kerry’s return and her first meeting since her split with the ex-cabbie.
A Channel 4 spokeswoman said: “It will not be a series. It will be one observational documentary. It was only recently commissioned and Kerry has only recently started filming for the documentary. It is expected to be scheduled for 2011.
“Her agent was paid a small fee of £10,000 so Kerry would have got under £10,000.”
The former I’m A Celebrity queen previously starred in MTV reality projects Crazy In Love, Whole Again and What’s The Problem?
Kerry, who has two daughters, Molly and Lilly from her marriage to ex-Westlife singer Brian McFadden and daughter Heidi and son Max with Mark, has yo-yoed between a size eight and a size 16.
The star underwent surgery, which was paid for by MTV, producers to try to regain her pre-pregnancy figure.
But the singer headed to boot camp last year after piling on two stone in two months.