Kate Price upsets families as lip-syncing leaves audiences cold


Panto mime: Katie Price has been lip-syncing to a recorded backing track in her panto performances

Panto mime: Katie Price has been lip-syncing to a recorded backing track in her panto performances

Glamour girl Katie Price has upset fans after being caught miming to her panto songs.

The 37-year-old celeb is thought to have pulled in more than £100,000 for a ­two-week run as the Wicked Fairy in Sleeping Beauty .

But theatre goers soon realized her singing ­performance was prerecorded and she was lip-syncing.

One audience member told Sunday People : “It was obvious when she wasn’t singing live and it was a soundtrack.

“The other ­performers were all singing live, so I was shocked, It’s ridiculous considering how much she is apparently being paid – anyone could get up there and mime.”

The reality star was first clocked miming along to the Arrhythmic hit Sweet Dreams.

But she then opened the second half of the panto with a live ­performance of Little Mix’s No1 hit Black Magic.

Most unimpressed theatre goer added: “It was very obvious she was singing live the second time. Very obvious!”

Mum-of-five Katie has attempted to launch a singing career in the past without success.

She competed to be the Eurovision Song Contest’s UK ­contestant in 2005 but lost out in a public vote.

The following year she released a duet of A Whole New World with then husband Peter Andre but it flopped.

Sunday will be her last chance to prove her singing credentials at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking, Surrey.

Ex-EastEnders actress Anita Dobson , 66, takes over the part on Monday until the show closes.

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The glamour girl is appearing as the Wicked Fairy in Sleeping Beauty but her pre-recorded signing has left some parents angry

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