Katie Price has secured her first ever radio show on FUBAR Radio alongside comedian Mark Dolan.
Katie Price is to present her first ever radio show.
The former glamour model is joining FUBAR Radio - the UK's only uncensored subscription station - to present a Tuesday morning slot from 10am to 1pm alongside comedian Mark Dolan, 40.
Katie, 36, will co-host the weekly show and will voice her opinions on the week's news and interacting directly with FUBAR listeners.
Katie - who is pregnant with her second child with her estranged third husband Kieran Hayler, who she dumped after discovering her was having an affair with her former best friend Jane Pountney - said: ''I can't wait to join FUBAR radio. I've got a lot to get off my chest and this is the perfect station! I've always enjoyed being a guest on radio shows and now I can't wait to host my own show alongside my fantastic co-host Mark Dolan.
''Listeners can expect the unexpected, total honesty and a very fun three hours while we are on air.''
Mark - who has previously presented for BBC London and hosts Channel 4 game show 'Balls Of Steel' - is looking forward to having Katie join him in the studio.
He said: ''I can't wait to get on the radio with Katie. She's hilarious and one of the biggest stars in the country. Her honest and outspoken views will have millions tuning in. Katie's got a lot to say, and you'll hear it all on FUBAR.''
FUBAR's CEO Duncan Smith is sure that outspoken Katie will be well suited to presenting the unregulated channel.
He said:''FUBAR has always been about creating radio that can't be heard anywhere else, edgy, provocative and above all, entertaining. We are delighted to welcome Katie to the station, as like our fantastic comedy artists, Katie has never been shy in her expressing her views and FUBAR is the only place she can really let rip about what's in the news.''
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