Katie Price will compete on Lip Sync Battle UK
Katie Price is set to appear on the next series of 'Lip Sync Battle UK' and will go head-to-head with Ben Fogle to be crowned the miming champion
Katie Price is set to appear on 'Lip Sync Battle UK' next year.
The 38-year-old TV star will reportedly go head-to-head with the Ben Fogle when she takes to the stage to mime hit songs on the forthcoming series of the Channel 5 show, which is hosted by Mel B and Professor Green, according to the Sun Online.
Although the blonde beauty will be taking to the stage to parody the performances, she has claimed she is actually a good singer.
Speaking previously, she said: "I can actually sing. I'm not manufactured if I want to have fun I'll have fun. I can sing but when you're drunk you think you're Whitney Houston and you're not. I'll post a clip on Instagram."
However, the former glamour model - who has sons Harvey, 14, Junior, 11, Jett, three, as well as daughters Princess, nine, and Bunny, two, from three different relationships - has revealed her "biggest regret" in life was her duet with her ex-husband Peter Andre, which saw the former couple perform the Disney classic 'A Whole New World' on the 'Eurovision Song Contest' in 2005.
Speaking previously about the moment she took to the stage with the 'Mysterious Girl' hitmaker, whom she has kids Junior and Princess, she said: "Out of anything I've done in my whole career, that is my biggest regret."
However, the buxom blonde - who is currently married to Kieran Hayler - has revealed she would gladly sign up to represent the United Kingdom in the annual singing contest in the future, although she knows she will "never" win.
Speaking about returning to take part in the contest, she said: "Never say never.
"I might rectify it. Just for the laugh - we're never going to win it."
And Katie - who has recently shown her support for 'The X Factor' finalist Matt Terry by posing alongside the contestant for a picture on social media - has admitted she would "definitely" take part in a celebrity version of the talent show.
She said: "I think they should do a Celebrity 'X Factor' and I would definitely put myself up for that."