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Katie Price showcases singing skills in rare clip as she sings Backstreet Boys song

Katie Price has treated her fans to a video of herself singing a classic Backstreet Boys song – which follows her attempts at forging a career for herself in the music industry.During a road trip, the former glamour model couldn't help but belt out the tune – much to the delight of fans.She sang the Backstreet Boys’ song I Want It That Way with two pals as she headed to a makeup masterclasses, and documented her vocals on Instagram Stories.Katie is currently giving fans lessons in applying makeup and is doing so as she travels around the UK.Meeting fans and sharing her most sought after makeup hacks for a small fee, Katie enjoyed the road trip to her next destination with pals while having a sing-song and sharing it all online.Sounding exactly how she always has done while singing the song – her vocals have not improved nor deteriorated. Not a stranger to singing, Katie has enjoyed multiple attempts at forging a career in music.Some fans might even remember when she tried out in a competition to represent the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest back in 2005.At the time of storming the stage for a chance to perform at Eurovision, Katie was heavily pregnant with her son Junior and donned a pink diamante-covered latex catsuit.With bleach blonde hair and a golden tan, she lounged on a sofa while singing Not Just Anybody.

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Katie Price has treated her fans to a video of herself singing a classic Backstreet Boys song – which follows her attempts at forging a career for herself in the music industry.During a road trip, the former glamour model couldn't help but belt out the tune – much to the delight of fans.She sang the Backstreet Boys’ song I Want It That Way with two pals as she headed to a makeup masterclasses, and documented her vocals on Instagram Stories.Katie is currently giving fans lessons in applying makeup and is doing so as she travels around the UK.Meeting fans and sharing her most sought after makeup hacks for a small fee, Katie enjoyed the road trip to her next destination with pals while having a sing-song and sharing it all online.Sounding exactly how she always has done while singing the song – her vocals have not improved nor deteriorated. Not a stranger to singing, Katie has enjoyed multiple attempts at forging a career in music.Some fans might even remember when she tried out in a competition to represent the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest back in 2005.At the time of storming the stage for a chance to perform at Eurovision, Katie was heavily pregnant with her son Junior and donned a pink diamante-covered latex catsuit.With bleach blonde hair and a golden tan, she lounged on a sofa while singing Not Just Anybody.
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