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Atomic Kitten and Celebrity Masterchef Liz McClarnon to open own restaurant

Atomic Kitten and Celebrity Masterchef Liz McClarnon to open own restaurant

Atomic Kitten and former Celebrity Masterchef winner Liz McClarnon has revealed plans to open her own restaurant.

The scouse singer said she wants to launch ventures in London and Liverpool, but has yet to confirm a site.

"I am a looking at venues for a restaurant at the minute and I have a favourite place in London which is where I am because most of my work is here," she told the http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/atomic-kitten-liz-mcclarnon-open-4707713" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer">Liverpool Echo.

"It means I can be hands on but I definitely want to open something in Liverpool after that. My part of it would be the food side of things and the idea is my friend Scott Waldron, who was one of our dancers and is now an interior designer, would work with me.

"We are still on the first page but we have one particular place we are really interested in. It would be a posh pub.

"But it could be a restaurant, I'm open to whatever. It would depend on the area. We saw one the other day that was derelict so anything goes."

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