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Atomic Kitten: Kitten Diaries (2002)



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Jenny Frost ...
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Liz McClarnon ...
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22 September 2002 (UK)  »

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The Kitten Diaries  »

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Take Good Care of My Baby
Written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin
Performed by Atomic Kitten
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You give three Kittens a handheld camcorder and...
7 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

You give three Kittens a handheld camcorder and let them film whatever they want during their "Right Now - Right Here" UK-tour. The result would probably raise concerns about their mental-state. But I thought it was fun, but hey, I'm a bit crazy too. In this documentary-feast you get to meet their drummer/stalker, some fans/screamin' girls, the band, and a few others. And of course the Kittens themselves.

I find it rather worrying that nobody came to Liz' aid when she was 'stuck' on a roof. Did she make it down herself? Or was the fire department involved in her rescue, like when a kitten get stuck in a tree? Oh well, she made it down, I'm sure, as the tour continued.

Of course, if you don't like Atomic Kitten there's no real reason as to why you would watch this. But the rest of you lot (including me) would probably enjoy it. So enjoy the next time it's aired on the telly, or get your hands on "Right Now - Right Here (Live)" as it's included on the extras. Thar be kittens ahead, Captain!

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