Katie Price wants her own late-night chat show as she admits she struggled being on Loose Women

Katie Price wants her own chat show credit:Bang Showbiz
Katie Price wants her own chat show credit:Bang Showbiz

Katie Price found it "hard" to be on 'Loose Women'.

The 45-year-old ex-glamour model served as a regular panellist on the ITV1 lunchtime chat show from 2015 until 2018 and appeared alongside the likes of long-serving stars like Linda Robson, Coleen Nolan, and Janet Street-Porter but admitted it was quite tricky because she had to be "directed" by producers via an earpiece.

Speaking on her 'The Katie Price Show' podcast, she said: "You have an earpiece in. So like I used to have to get up about half five, six in the morning to get to the studio and then you all go through the headlines, what guests you've got on, what questions you're gonna ask and you've got a little earpiece in your ear.

"But it's quite hard to do 'Loose Women' because you've got four women who wanna ask questions and then sometimes with my brain, should I say, when I sometimes don't know or I wanna say a question, they'd be like 'No Kate, no Kate' or 'Ask this question, Kate'.

"You're quite directed in it."

The former 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here' contestant also revealed she would "love" to do her own late-night chat show where she could ask her own questions as she admitted she gets "bored" in her own interviews as she knows how it feels to be asked the same thigns over and over again.

She said: "I'd love to do a chat show, I would love to do my own late-night questions because I would like to ask questions that people don't want to but being nice and making it natural.

"It's like if someone interviews me, I just know it's gonna be the same old questions.

"If I get interviewed, I want people to know things about me that aren't already out there like my favourite chocolate or my favourite dinners."