Katie Price is planning a singing career comeback

Stephanie Soteriou

Prepare your eardrums because Katie Price is reportedly set to launch a singing career… Again.

The 38-year-old former glamour model has apparently been recording new music in the studio, and intends to release a dance track later in the year.

Katie hopes to take the charts by storm.

Speaking to The Sun, a source explained: “Katie has dreamed of being a pop star her whole life, she didn’t set out to be a Page 3 model.

“People may laugh at the idea of her becoming a singer but she has the determination to make it big.

“The single is out later this year.”

Katie previously attempted to break the music industry in 2005, making a bid to represent the UK in Eurovision with her song ‘Not Just Anybody’, however, she didn’t get voted through.

Katie Price made a bid to represent the UK in Eurovision.

A year later, she released a cover of Disney Aladdin’s ‘A Whole New World’ with her then-husband Peter Andre for charity.

Since then, Katie has regularly teased that she hopes to become a fully fledged popstar at some stage and it looks like 2017 might just be her year.

The news comes amid the return of her racy alter ego Jordan, with Katie claiming that Jordan is well and truly back.

Speaking about a boozy night out she had in honour of her husband, Kieran Hayler’s, birthday, the mum-of-five quipped: “Katie wasn’t there, Jordan was there!

She also released a charity single with hubby Peter Andre.

“You know what I actually did have a drink, I was arranging Kieran’s surprise 30th.

“Before we went there we tried out the food [at the venue] and tried the cocktails, I tried them because how am I not going to drink them on the night when everyone else is.

“I did break it but it was for a good occasion.”

We wonder if it’ll be Jordan or Katie attempting to take the charts by storm?

[ Katie Price says she spent the night with Simon Cowell ]

[ Katie Price ‘gets drunk and strips off’ at a Christmas party ]

[ Katie Price and Peter Andre shock fans with friendly tweets ]


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