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Thursday 18 September 2014

Katie Price sings on despite flop

Katie Price says she will keep on singing

Katie Price has vowed to continue singing - despite her latest single being received as a chart flop.

The glamour-model-turned-reality-star told ITV1's This Morning she would probably not promote her next release with a dance routine as she found it was "too much pressure".

Last week Katie pulled the plug on a high-profile live music show at G-A-Y, just days after limping to No 60 in the singles chart with Free To Love Again.

But the star, who conceded she's "not a Whitney Houston", told This Morning that she will be free to sing again.

Katie, who's been busy promoting her new book Paradise, said: "I am going to bring out something again. The reason I didn't do G-A-Y is you have to do two songs - they wanted me to do two songs. And obviously because the book's out, I couldn't stress myself out to do another song and a dance routine, it was just too much pressure.

"I don't want to do music as a career, but I love singing. And I did that song, and I am going to do another song and I'll bring it out on iTunes. I'm not a singer but I love doing it."

She continued: "My mum said: 'Kate, why are you doing it?' I'm like: 'Mum, because I want to do it and I can do it.' So I will, but I probably won't promote it, I'll just do it all digital because I want to do it."

Quizzed on speculation she cannot sing, Katie insisted: "I can sing, but I'm not a Whitney Houston or someone like that... But to me, getting on stage to try and do a dance routine, I have to mime because I just can't do it, it's just not for me."

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