Katie Price‘s latest bid for musical stardom has flopped after her new single failed to make the top 40.
Free To Love Again entered the charts at number 60, despite the reality TV star going on a publicity blitz to drum up interest in the song.
According to the News Of The World the dance track had sold less than three thousand copies by Friday of last week.
Katie – aka glamour model Jordan – said last week that she was not concerned about whether the single achieved chart success.
“This is my first proper solo single, a song that I actually want to do and I like – I’m positive about it, it’s a good summer track, I can’t wait to go out and perform it,” she said.
“If it does well, that would be brilliant…It could just be a one-off. Thing is, I’m not a singer and I’m not trying to say I want to be really big and incredible.”
The star’s previous forays into a musical career have included an album with ex-husband Peter Andre and a bid to represent the UK at Eurovision in 2005.
Elsewhere in the charts, JLS’ reign at the top spot came to an end after just one week.
Their track This Club Is Alive – which had been their third chart-topper – dropped to number seven.