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I’m A Celebrity Watch: Katie Price Is More Hated Than Baby P’s Mum

by | 24th, November 2009

katie-price-dumps-alex I’M A Celebrity Watch: I’m A Celebrity’s Katie Price is hated by all, loved by Alex Reid, hated by the entire country and replaced by a bikini…

On last night post-Katie Price show, Anorak began Bikini Watch keeping a tally of how it was before the big holes left by Katie Price and her Jordans were plugged with other contestants.

After 2.8 seconds, we saw Sabrina Washington in a bikini, followed five seconds later by soon-to-be-ejected Lucy Benjamin (get ‘em while you can), and 11 seconds later then we saw Stuart Manning with his chest out.

At the end of the show, having heard Katie’s flat drawl expwain mi weaons fur leeevin’ ther jungal, there was not enough to for Benjamin to say what a wicked time she’d had.

It’s a good fist at replacing Katie Price, but for the papers it is too little and to, well, little. Though no longer on I’m A Celebrity , Katie Price dominates the tabloid chatter. The news round up:

Daily Mirror (front page): IS THIS THE MOST HATED WOMAN IN BRITAIN?

In a word: yes. She is more hated then Rose West, Vanessa George , Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, Anthea Turner, Tracey Connelly and Britian’s worst mum, Rebcecca Stevenson ..? It turns out that the question is rhetorical:

She went into the jungle to restore her shattered public image … but Katie Price has come out of I’m A Celebrity even more reviled.

Or as the Irish Independent says, Katie is a “very clever, media-savvy woman who knows exactly how to manipulate us all.”

Well, yes. Katie Price is setting the tabloid news agenda. The Star , which features Katie Price on its cover and in

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