Kerry Katona has taken one of the lead roles in naughty adult-only pantomime called 'Throbbin Hood'.

And fans of the former pop star won't have to wait until Christmas to see it.

The smut-filled show - with a strict no under-18s policy - will arrive at the end of the month.

The former Atomic Kitten band member shared promo poster of herself as Maid Marian and promised her Instagram followers it would be a must-see performance.

We're not yet certain what exactly will be going on but one thing is for sure, it's going to be rude and very crude!

Britain's Got Talent winner Jai McDowall will play Robin Hood, with RuPaul's Drag Race UK star Divina De Campo as Dame Dixie.

There's sure to be giggles a plenty when the panto hits screens
There's sure to be giggles a plenty when the panto hits screens

Kerry captioned the Instagram photo: "Honestly this has been the funniest panto I’ve EVER done!!! Adults only!! @abpltd highly recommend having a night in streaming this!! Xxxx"

Ulrika Jonsson was thrilled the show is coming and cheekily joked: "I could do with a Throbbing Hood."

Kerry is no stranger to the saucy side of life, of course.

She charges £20-per-month for fans to access steamy snaps and footage of her on her OnlyFans account.

Kerry is always up for a laugh as says the show is a must-see

The mother-of-four, who is engaged to fitness trainer Ryan Mahoney, says that it is not just the financial benefit that she is getting from selling her racy images.

But Kerry wrote in her new! column that there are set-backs, too.

The star said: “Every single person who follows me on OnlyFans has boosted my confidence - and my sex life!"

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"This is the thing with doing OnlyFans, your pictures get leaked - pretty much all of mine have been.

"It’s annoying because it’s like, what’s the point of charging people when they’re already on the Internet? But you’ve just got to look at it in a positive way and just think that it’s an advertisement for your account."

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