The first series of "I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here" was dominated by two women, Kerry, the eventual winner, and Jordan, whose first autobiography sold a staggering 500,000 copies through the trade. Until now Kerry has never told her full story. She may have permanently graced the front of OK, had her every move followed and reported by the tabloids, watched her marriage disintegrate under the camera's glare, learnt of her husband's infidelity via the papers, and gone into rehab in America trailed by the journos. But she has never actually told her own story in full. Her first memory was of watching her mother try to kill herself, her childhood was one of shifting foster homes and children's homes, but now as a single mother she is trying to put tragedy behind her and raise her two children in a loving and secure home. This is a story of a little girl who fought to escape her background, became famous at an incredibly young age, married a heartthrob too young and sank to the very lowest point after he left her, but is now building a triumphant, independent life of her own. It's a book with an incredibly moving, inspirational message. This book is a heart-wrenching, gripping read with an totally uplifting end.