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Friday 18 January 2019

Katie camps it up for comic Queen dance

Former glamour model Katie Price played it for laughs by donning a fake moustache as she performed a dance routine dressed as Freddie Mercury.

The television personality, taking part in Let's Dance For Comic Relief on Saturday night, took inspiration from the video for I Want To Break Free, in which the Queen frontman wore a tight pink top and black miniskirt.

Price, whose son Junior and daughter Princess were in the audience, completed her look with a curly black wig and fake arm hair.

She was one of two acts voted through to the next round of the BBC One charity competition, joining comedian Russell Kane in the final.

After learning she had beaten an act from BBC drama Waterloo Road to win the place, Price said: "I was happy to do it, but to do it again . . . I'd better put more hair on next time."

She admitted to being "so nervous" at taking part in the contest, but won praise from the celebrity panel.

Talk show host Graham Norton told her: "I love you, Katie Price. That was just fearless."

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