Kerry Katona’s 12-year-old daughter Heidi will appear on The Voice Kids.
Kerry, 39, accompanied her daughter to the recording of the blind auditions in front of the judging panel on Friday.
Proud Kerry has previously featured Heidi singing on her Instagram page, where fans praised Heidi’s voice, telling the former Atomic Kitten star her daughter has inherited her vocal talents.
“She’s so good,” praised Kerry, who revealed earlier this year that Heidi had won a scholarship to a dance and theatre school and calls her daughter “my little star”.
The youngster first auditioned for the show last year, but did not appear in last year's series.
Last week, she performed to coaches will.i.am, Paloma Faith, Danny Jones and Pixie Lott.
A former winner of The Voice Kids, Jess Folley, released one album but then went on to audition for X Factor ’s The Band this year.
Jess, who won the show in 2017, is now part of Simon Cowell ’s new six piece band Real Like You.
The group won the X Factor on Sunday.
Kerry recently swiped at ITV presenter Phillip Schofield after the Brit telly star filmed This Morning while hungover, after she was vilified for appearing intoxicated during an interview on the show.
The mum-of-five slammed the ITV veteran and hinted that there were 'double standards' by referring to her car crash interview in 2008 on This Morning.
She made the dig towards Phillip, 57, in her New! column this week as she attempted to address the drama and suggested feud between Phil and his co-star ITV sweetheart Holly Willoughby .
Kerry branded the drama surrounding Phillip 'interesting' as she reminisced about her infamous interview which saw her reputation almost ruined after rumours suggested she was "p***ed."
The star confessed she found the double standards 'upsetting" after she watched Holly and Phil present the popular show hungover the morning after the NTAs.
She wrote: "Everyone thought I was p***ed - which I wasn't - and ever since it's been harder to get work because people assume I'm a liabilty.
"So you can imagine how upsetting I find it when Holly and Phil come on the show hungover the morning after the NTAs."
The fiesty star continued: "One time Holly had stains down her dress and Phil was in his suit - and everyone celebrates it like it's the funniest thing in the word."
Slamming the comparison, Kerry complained that it "just screams double standards."