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Friday 19 December 2014

Price: I'm a frustrated pop star

Katie Price launched her swimwear range, but admitted she really wants to be a pop star
Katie Price launched her swimwear range, but admitted she really wants to be a pop star

Katie Price has said she is a "frustrated wannabe pop star" and she'll never stop making music because she loves it.

The 33-year-old model-turned-reality-TV-star was branded a pop flop after her disastrous Eurovision attempt, but revealed at the launch of her latest swimwear line that she only pursues her singing career for her own pleasure.

Katie said: "I'm like a frustrated pop star. A frustrated wannabe pop star.

"I just love singing, always have done and it's just something I'm doing for the fun. If it works it works, if it doesn't it doesn't and I'll still carry on doing it.

"I've done an album since Eurovision and I released a single and I'm afraid there's more music coming from me, I'm not going to stop because I love doing music. I love it, love it, love it and I do it because I enjoy doing it."

The busy mother-of-three - formerly known as Jordan - has been in the recording studio with her ex-boyfriend and former boyband singer Dane Bowers.

She said of her new music style: "I think people will be very surprised with what Mr Dane Bowers has been doing with me in the studio... and it's certainly not that, it's music!"

Katie insisted there was no problem working with her ex, adding: "Dane's a character. He's funny. You'll see on my new show - the banter."

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