Michelle Heaton says catsuits are not going to be part of her wardrobe when she goes on 'The Big Reunion' tour.
The 34-year-old singer is expecting a baby boy with her husband Hugh Hanley so she has no intention to squeeze into any sexy, skin-tight clothes when she hits the stage with Liberty X and the other pop bands from the ITV show.
Atomic Kitten star Kerry Katona is also expecting a baby with her fiancé George Kay and the pregnant pair are planning to work out a routine that they can do which isn't too energetic for them
She told BANG Showbiz: ''Well 'The Big Reunion tour rehearsals start at the beginning of December. I am a bit nervous. I don't know what we're going to do, we're going to try and devise a new routine for myself and for Kerry for the tour because the dance routines for the show are pretty high energy. Maybe we could sit in wheelchairs, but definitely no catsuits!''
Michelle - who will be joined on tour by Blue, Honeyz and 911 among others - was speaking at the launch of Disney Store's Share in the Magic charity campaign at an exclusive party at the Disney Store on Oxford Street on Wednesday night (06.11.13).
She was joined at the event by a host of famous faces, including Denise Van Outen, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan from MKS, McFly's Tom Fletcher and his wife Giovanna, Sean Pertwee and Kate Garraway, and many stars brought along their children to meet special guests Mickey and Minnie.
Michelle brought her 22-month-old daughter Faith with her and was seen buying some toys and goodies for her as well as snapping up some boy's clothes and other items for her unborn baby boy.
The Share in The Magic charity campaign is a UK initiative that invites families to post their own Letter to Santa in stores in Mickey's Magical Postbox or online at Disneystore.co.uk and for every letter posted Disney Store will donate a soft toy to a variety of local children's charities.
All central London shops will be donating toys to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
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