JUST weeks after resurrecting her singing career, Katie Price has already booked a massive festival gig.
The mum-of-five has been named on the line-up of the hotly anticipated Mighty Hoopla festival this summer along pop royalty Cheryl and rapper Eve.
This LGBTQ-friendly pop music festival with a capacity of 15,000 at Brockwell Park will be one of the first major festivals to go ahead since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Festival organisers said a “decision taken [by] the production team following vaccine roll-out timing reviews and rapid testing” will ensure “Mighty Hoopla the way it should be – all singing, all dancing”.
NHS workers will be offered free tickets to the festival “to say a heartfelt thanks for their brave, incredible efforts during this crisis and all year around”.
Katie has a chequered history when it comes to getting behind a mic having famously duetted with ex Peter Andre in 2009 on A Whole New World, which critics said sounded like "cats fighting" at the time.
But the star, 42, told FUBAR Radio hosts Bobby Norris and Stephen Leng on Access All Areas: "Obviously I muck about on Instagram. And when I say I want to be on The Masked Singer, I want to be on The Voice, then everyone takes the mickey out of me saying, ‘oh shut up Kate. You really think you can sing?’
"I'm like, 'yeah, I can actually'. And they're like, ‘well, I dunno what you hear.’
“I've now bought myself a studio for YouTube.
"So I'm going to do my like karaoke versions, acoustic versions of songs I want to do.”
Determined Katie explained: “I'm not giving up. I'm going to do it… If you don't want to hear it, don't tap on and listen!”
Last year a source close to Katie told The Sun she has signed up to vocal training to get her voice in shape for a tour.
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