She's been a pit girl, a model, a singer, a reality TV star and author and now she's appearing in Woking this Christmas when she plays the Wicked Fairy in pantomime Sleeping Beauty.
Is there anything Katie Price hasn't turned her hand to?
Well, yes, actually. She's never presented the weather....until now! Ladies and gentlemen please allow us the great pleasure in introducing Katie Price and the weather in your area for the forthcoming week ahead.
I am going to do everything!
Model, television star and businesswoman Katie Price will be bringing some glitz and glamour to Woking this Christmas when she plays the Wicked Fairy in pantomime Sleeping Beauty.
The former glamour model tells us about unleashing her wicked streak in the production which also stars Ben Faulks, aka CBBC's Mr Bloom, as Prince Charming.
We also catch up with Katie about what else is happening in her world - including how son Harvey is doing after a recent routine operation.
Verne Troyer and Marcus Brigstocke tell us about their new roles in a panto production of Peter Pan at the New Wimbledon Theatre.
But with Verne admitting he's not familiar with the panto format, and only knows what he's 'looked up on the internet', we think he might be in for a bit of a shock!
Today Tony Mortimer of East 17 fame is joining us to discuss the best and worst Christmas songs of all time!
We want to know which Christmas classic winds you up the most? Is it Wham's Last Christmas? Or East 17's Stay Another Day? Perhaps it's Mr Blobby's Christmas Song or the Spice Girls' 2 become 1? Let us know!
It's been 12 days since the atrocities in Paris - and while many people have been left shocked and even worried about safety since those attacks, Britain's Muslim community seem to be paying the price for the actions of a small minority.
The number of hate crimes against British Muslims has soared by almost 300 per cent since the Paris attacks.
In the first week after the attacks, 115 anti-Muslim hate incidents were recorded compared to just 42 in the same period last year.
Most of the incidents involved street abuse with the majority of victims being Muslim women aged 14 to 45 years old.
About a third of cases took place on buses, trains and on the London Underground.
Ruhi Rehman who was racially abused on a train in Newcastle, just one week after the Paris attacks, but in a show of community spirit, other commuters on the train rushed to her defense and managed to force the man off the train.