Quitting Atomic Kitten nearly killed me, says Natasha Hamilton

Quitting Atomic Kitten nearly killed me, says Natasha Hamilton London: Pop singer Natasha Hamilton has revealed that she needed nine months of counselling after quitting Atomic Kitten following a breakdown.

Hamilton, who is all set to make a comeback with bandmates Kerry Katona and Liz McClarnon for ITV2’s The Big Reunion after she quit in 2003, said that she had counselling every week for about nine months after she left the group, the Daily Star reported.

The 30-year-old added that she decided to quit for her own health as she was worn out from lot of stress due to overworked.

Her album ‘Whole Again’ was one of the biggest selling singles of 2001, which catapulted the band to worldwide stardom.

ANI