She has suffered some humiliating attempts at pop stardom.
Yet, despite this, Loose Women’s Katie Price hasn’t give up the ghost just yet – in fact, she’s planning to release a brand new studio album.
That’s according to insiders who believe she’s hoping to unleash an acoustic LP in 2019.
The ex-glamour model will unleash a fresh batch of songs, next summer, in the wake of her split from Kieran Hayler.
And, bizarrely, she’s even offered Ed Sheeran the chance to collaborate.
Speaking with Jason Vale during a podcast, the 40-year-old said she plans to hit the studio imminently and spend a year perfecting the fruits of her labour.
“I’m going to bring out another album, purely to make money for the British Lung Foundation…and want to do acoustic versions," she said.
“Ed [Sheeran], come on!”
The announcement – which was later detailed in The Sun – is unlikely to excite fans, who have previously shunned her efforts at chart success.
In 2006 she released a album, A Whole New World, with then-husband Peter Andre. It managed to peak at Number 20, but Price’s vocals were universally derided.
Incredibly, the album was certified Gold for shipment of 100,000 copies to stores.
However, 40,000 copies were later found rotting in a barn in Hertfordshire, returned by retailers after they found them impossible to sell.
Undeterred, she then released two solo singles – Free To Love Again in 2010 and I Got U in 2017.
The former stalled at number 60 while the latter completely failed to chart.
Adding insult to injury, she attempted to represent in the Eurovision Song Contest, but wasn’t selected by the UK public.
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