Former Eurovision wannabe Katie Price excited by UK success in song contest

We might have finished second in the end, but that’s a world away from Pricey’s own disastrous attempt to represent the UK in 2005.

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Katie Price excited about UK Eurovision success

Former Eurovision hopeful Katie Price was excited to see the UK entry which performed so well in the international song competition last night during her luxury holiday.

Posting on her Instagram page, the 43-year-old mother shouted: “Oh my God, everyone… UK, we’re leading. Awesome!”

The win didn’t happen, however – Sam Ryder’s Space Man race ended up placing a very respectable second behind the Ukrainian effort.

Honoring the mothers of the war-torn country who are working to keep their children safe from harm in the midst of the ongoing conflict with Russia, Kalush Orchestra’s Stefania song has been eulogized. selected as the most loved song by a large amount of goodwill from the European public voting by telephone.

Katie Price cheers for Sam Ryder’s entry as it takes the lead


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Earlier that day on her hols


However, Ukraine’s 466 and 631 runners-up were still far from the UK in 2005, which is when Pricey himself stepped onto the mic to contest a place to represent the UK.

Back then, the pregnant glamor model – formerly known as Jordan – appeared in a pink diamante-covered rubber catsuit singing a song called Not Just Anybody.

Described by critics as looking like a ‘condom’, her vocal abilities are also under scrutiny, meaning it’s former Popstars: Javine Hylton, Rivals contestant who will beat Union Jack in live final that year.

That said, she didn’t do too well either, focusing only on a weak 22nd place.

To be fair to Katie, however, she at least admits she’s not the most likely candidate to take on Eurovision.

Katie Price performs during a costume rehearsal ahead of the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest



After her successful appearance on ITV’s I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here!, She is said to have been offered a lucrative record deal by major wig suppliers in the music industry should she choose to audition.

“I can’t sing that song now and I can’t even sing it – that’s the saddest thing,” she confessed.

But that still hasn’t stopped her since last year telling fans that she would enjoy a second take on the continental kitsch festival.

“I think this time they should put me on Eurovision, in a black suit. I’m going to smash it,” she said.

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