Katie Price was determined to have the last say in her bitter war of words with Chris Hughes. The former glamour model shared a sizzling snap of her fire-breathing, from her book promotion, with a defiant message for the Love Island star and her haters. "Ladies and Gentlemen, what we have learnt today is NEVER underestimate the Pricey," she Tweeted, followed by three flame emojis. Her last shot came after she shared 52 messages she claims to have on her phone from Chris Hughes.
Ed Sheeran 's official website is still linking to tour dates that have been cancelled by the singer in the wake of his crash. The flame-haired singer announced he would not be performing at a series of upcoming shows following a nasty bike accident. Ed was knocked down by a car in London, leaving him with fractures in his right wrist and left elbow.
Katie Price is trying to have the last laugh in her war of words with Love Island's Chris Hughes. The former glamour model tweeted a photo of her fire-breathing, from her book promotion, with a defiant message for Chris and her haters, reports the Mirror. She said: "Ladies and Gentlemen, what we have learnt today is NEVER underestimate the Pricey." It came after she shared 52 messages she claims to have on her phone from Chris, who is dating fellow Islander Olivia Attwood.
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