KATIE Price called her ex-husbands and Eurovision her “worst mistakes” during a TikTok Q&A last night.
The former glamour model, 45, was asked to name her biggest regret by a fan last night.
But she failed to mention her infamous drink-drive crash and reignited a bitter feud with her ex-husbands instead.
After spotting the question, Katie replied, “Eurovision and my ex-husbands. That’s my worst mistakes.”
She competed for a place in the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest with a track named Not Just Anybody.
At the time, she was heavily pregnant with her son Junior, and performed on stage in a tight pink leotard to show off the bump.
However, she failed to win a slot in the annual line-up.
Katie had her sixth driving ban reduced in April and was allowed back behind the wheel for the first time in two years.
She was banned from driving following a booze and cocaine-fuelled car crash two years ago.
Katie was sentenced in December 2021 after flipping her vehicle while over the drink-drive limit, and was given a suspended 16-week jail term.
The three-times married star has had a notoriously colourful love life with lavish weddings, bitter break-ups and ongoing feuds.
It looked like Katie had that very fairytale at one point when she married Peter Andre in 2005 after hitting it off on I’m A Celebrity a year earlier.
The romance appeared to be her happily ever after following failed relationships with Dwight Yorke and Dane Bowers.
Katie and Peter had two children together – Junior and Princess – and a £1m wedding fit for a Disney Princess, but things fizzled out and the pair had an acrimonious split in 2008.
There was more heartache in the years that followed with Katie divorcing husbands Alex Reid and Kieran Hayler – with whom she had children Jett and Bunny – and she called it quits with former fiancé Kris Boyson, too.
Katie recently fuelled speculation that she is no longer together with car dealer Carl Woods, 34.
Once again, Katie was not wearing her engagement ring.
The pair last ended their two-year romance earlier this year after a turbulent year but appeared to be back on track after some time apart.