Katie Price has plans to make a music comeback with nineties pop star Kavana.
Katie Price is making a music comeback with Kavana.
The 37-year-old star is returning to the studio and working on a collaboration with the 'I Can Make You Feel Good' hitmaker who believes he can make her ''sound good''.
Kavana said: ''We've decided to do a duet. I mean, God bless her, she can't really sing, can she? But I've said to her that I'll get her in the studio and make it sound good.
Katie, 37, enjoyed hits with her ex-husband Peter Andre including a cover of Disney's classic 'A Whole New World' in 2006.
She also auditioned to be the UK's 'Eurovision Song Contest' entry in 2005 with 'Not Just Anybody' but lost out to R 'n' B singer Javine.
Katie's last music offering was 2010 track 'Free To Love Again' which suffered from poor sales and was criticised for relying heavily on autotune.
However nineties success story Kavana - who joined supergroup 5th Story last year - is adamant he can make it work with Katie.
He told The Sun newspaper: ''It's going to be a Nineties dance track with a Nineties vibe. Trust me, it's going to be a great song.
''We're writing it together. She loves to sing.''
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