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Wed 28 Jul, 2010
By Sam Bristowe

I am going to do another song and I’ll bring it out on iTunes. I’m not a singer but I love doing it

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Katie Price has vowed that she will continue to go on with her pop career despite the negative response she got for her latest release ‘Free To Love Again.’

Price, aka Jordan, told ITV1’s This Morning that she will continue to do music as she enjoys it but doesn’t take it all too seriously. ‘I am going to do another song and I’ll bring it out on iTunes. I’m not a singer but I love doing it’.

Her debut single only sold a dismal 3,000 copies, reaching No 60 in the charts and at performances of the single she was criticised for miming.

The former glamour model admitted she couldn’t dance and sing at the same time.

Last Saturday she pulled out of her much anticipated performance at hit nightspot G-A-Y and said on the show that it wasn’t due to earlier reception to the single but was a case of too much pressure as she would have reportedly had to do two songs: ‘And obviously because the books out, I couldn’t stress myself out to do another song and a dance routine, it was just too much pressure’


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