Katie Price does a Freddie Mercury

London: Glamour model Katie Price sported a fake moustache and body hair to do an impersonation of rock legend Freddie Mercury to raise money for charity.

The voluptuous model performed on the `Queen` hit `I want to break free`, during an episode of `Lets Dance for Comic` relief on BBC, a website reported.

The 32-year-old was dressed in a PVC outfit donning a black bouffant wig, stockings and fake body hair while performing on the hit number. Her kids Junior and Princess were present among the audience watching their mother perform the hilarious routine
with three male dancers taking on the roles of Brian May and Roger Taylor.

"I love you Katie Price that was just fearless. Now you can safely say you are as good at dancing as everything else you do young lady," panelist Graham Norton said after she
completed her dance routine.

Price got a place in the finals but comedian Russell Kane received the most public votes for his comic performance on Beyonce Knowles` 2003 hit `Crazy In Love`.

"I think we might have seen the greatest dance routine on British television," fellow judge Greg Davies, star of `The Inbetweeners` said.


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