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Katie Price Free To tour
Katie Price is going to tour her new single.
The star has released a dance track 'Free To Love Again' - which is available to download now - and she will perform it live at London's G-A-Y club later this month.
She said: "I'm playing G-A-Y on July 24. I don't know what we're doing yet. It's crazy, it's only a week-and-a-half away! I've got rehearsals on Wednesday (14.07.10). I'm very excited about that."
Katie - who has just returned from her honeymoon to Thailand with husband Alex Reid, following the couple's recent wedding blessing - is also set to tour Europe and has revealed the track is very popular in Germany.
She told BANG Showbiz: "Well I know I'm getting booked up for a lot of shows already. I'm off to Germany as well - which is going to be good. People are loving the single in Germany. So if it doesn't work over here (in the UK), then I know I've got a good following over there."
Katie - also known as Jordan - accepts she isn't the greatest singer but insists she is just happy she's able to release a song and have fun with it.
The 32-year-old star added: "The dream is happening. I'm talking about the song. I'm going to be performing it, I'm going abroad to do it, so my dream is coming true with this single. All I wanted was to go on stage, perform it, listen to it and dance to it.
"I'm the first to admit I'm not a singer as such, it's a tune I can hold, but I'm never gonna be a Whitney Houston or a Mariah Carey, but the fact is I'm enjoying it and it's all positive, I don't see any harm in it, I'm not harming anyone. I just love doing it. I'm very, very lucky that I'm able to do other things, not just one thing."Posted on 12 Jul 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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