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'Wicked Fairy' Katie Price joining Loose Women panel

Published 31/12/2015

Katie Price stars as the Wicked Fairy in the pantomime Sleeping Beauty
Katie Price stars as the Wicked Fairy in the pantomime Sleeping Beauty

Former glamour model Katie Price has been made a panellist on Loose Women - and plans to be "the most outspoken of them all".

The TV personality and businesswoman, previously known as Jordan, will join the panel from Tuesday January 5.

In a promo clip for the ITV show, she is shown dressed as the Wicked Fairy from her recent pantomime, Sleeping Beauty. She asks her dressing-room mirror: "Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the most outspoken of them all?"

"You are, Katie," it replies.

She then warns: "You bet I am. I've got a wicked new job as a Loose Woman, so love rats watch out! Badly behaved celebs beware, because it's all about opinion and I won't be holding back!"

Price, 37, appeared twice as a guest panellist earlier this year, and will now feature once a week to discuss the stories of the day.

She said: "I'm so excited to be joining the Loose Women panel in January. I've always been a huge fan of the show because it's about real female opinions.

"I'm joining a fantastic team and, as usual, I won't be holding anything back."

In the clip for the show, she adds: "The Pricey's always right" - while her new co-panellists reply: "Oh no you're not!"

Sally Shelford, editor of Loose Women, said: "Katie Price has all the ingredients of a brilliant Loose Women panellist: she's frank, feisty and not afraid to voice her opinions, together with being a successful businesswoman and inspiring mum.

"The Loose Women team can't wait to welcome her as an official presenter in the new year."

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