Katie Price shocked fans during her live tour last night when she rated the sexual performance of her former lovers. The former glamour model went knickerless for the Stevenage leg of her Audience With tour - and proceeded to rate how her exes Peter Andre, Alex Reid and Dwight Yorke performed in bed. Flirting with a man in the crowd, Katie said: "I've got no knickers on. That guy in the middle is going to have a great view. He's staring at my woohoo."
Katie Price gave fans a shock when she whipped her blonde wig off live on stage. The 39 year old was addressing an audience at The Regent Theatre in Staffordshire when she grasped her fake hair by the scalp and pulled it off. Beneath the long blonde wig, Katie's hair was her natural brunette. Her shoulder-length hair was smoothed back into a bun to hide under her wig. And she shocked fans during her live tour again last night when she rated the sexual performance of her former lovers.
Katie Price has accused her husband Kieran Hayler of having sex with their nanny Nikki Brown in the family's bath. Kieran was forced to listen as Katie made the revelation at her Audience With talk in Stoke last night, according to The Sun. She was heckled by an audience member who shouted: "Get rid of your cheating husband!" And she replied: "I’m sure he enjoyed having sex in the bath with the nanny."
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