Jade Goody to haunt sons
- Bang Showbiz
- 18 March 2009
Jade Goody wants to haunt her sons when she dies, so she can scare away future girlfriends she doesn't approve of
Jade Goody wants to haunt her sons when she dies.
The cancer-stricken reality star - who is said to be in her final hours - wants to come back as a ghost so she can watch over her sons Bobby, five, and Freddie, four, and scare away future girlfriends she doesn't approve of.
The 27-year-old said: "I might come back as a ghost so I could always be there looking after my boys. And they'd need it.
"Bobby will be OK, he'll be the type to have just one girlfriend but Freddie will probably have seven on the go and he'd get them all pregnant. I'd have my work as a ghost cut out.
"Every time Freddy would have a horrible girlfriend, I'd be like an evil spirit attacking them until they run out of the house. My boys would have to say, 'Don't worry, it's just my mum.' "
Jade has been using her last days making sure her sons have something to remember her by.
She added: "I've put together a memory box that has lots of letters I've written for Bobby and Freddie and I have left them lots of photos of me, plus all my TV shows, my perfume and my book and fitness DVDs.
"I'd love to have a statue made of me and when I'm gone I want a foundation to be set up to raise money for charitable causes."
Meanwhile, Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty - who accused Jade of racial bullying when they appeared on 'Celebrity Big Brother' in 2007, but has since become close to the star - has flown to the UK from India to say goodbye to her friend.
Shilpa, 33, rushed to Jade's Essex home on Monday (16.03.09) but the ailing star was too sick to see her.
Shilpa told Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "I really feel terrible about what has happened to her. All I can do is pray. I'm not giving up hope of seeing her one last time.
"She's heavily drugged and hardly awake. I feel bad because maybe I could've met her if I was here two days earlier. I always felt we were connected in a strange way, she was a catalyst and the architect of my fame in Britain."