Katie Price claims she's in talks to make 'dramatised' TV show about her life
Katie Price has claimed she's in talks with executives at Netflix and Prime Video about making a dramatised TV series of her life.
The reality star made the claims when she held a press conference on Wednesday to announce that she was joining OnlyFans, where fans have to pay to view a creator's content, which is often adult in nature.
"There have been talks about doing a dramatised TV series of my life," she said, reports The Sun. "We've spoken with Amazon and Netflix, and you'll hear about it when we do, there'll be a big press call and announcement."
The 43-year-old added that a movie inspired by her life could also happen in the future, saying, "I always say there's going to be a film of my life but do you know what happens? Drama. But like where do you start it and where do you end it?"
The former glamour model announced she was joining OnlyFans while wearing a nun costume with a sash that read "my body my rules".
"Doing my OnlyFans channel is something that I am born to do. It's something I'm born to do. I've done glamour for years. I'm so excited I've got no one in my way," she stated. "There are no lads mags anymore, I'm not doing it for nothing. I've always been paid to do what I do. Why would you just want to give that away? I think my body is valuable, it's my rules. I want to dictate how I show my body."
However, she revealed that she thought OnlyFans only featured "nudes and porn" and insisted that is "certainly what I won't be doing". She explained she wanted to empower women and give fans an insight into her life "like a reality show".