Like the feeling you get when you've fumigated your home but still somehow find cockroaches in your kitchen, Katie Price is once again attempting to launch a singing career.
The exhaustive chanteuse has returned to claim her rightful spot at the lower end of the Top 100 with I Got You, a dance ballad written by Craig Colton of X Factor semi-fame. Debuting the song on Loose Women, Price proudly sung live, wailing with confidence while surrounded by two rhythmically-challenged male dancers who may or may not have lost a bet.
Launching a new single hasn't all been plain sailing for the tabloid relic, however. Price confessed during an appearance on today's Loose Women that nobody in her life actually wanted her to inflict her dulcet vocals onto the British public. Her management also declined to try and book her on chat shows to promote the single.
"Nobody's interested whatsoever, no one's backing me," she said. "My manager was all, 'I'm not interested, I don't believe in it, I don't know why you're wasting your time.'"
"I've always wanted to be a pop star or a model, and I'm doing it because I can do it," she continued.
To her credit, Price additionally told viewers not to actually buy her single, but instead buy the Grenfell Tower charity single, which is also available for purchase today.
Price previously dabbled in the music industry in 2005 with Not Just Anybody, a Middle Eastern-tinged pop number that Price had hoped would win her a slot representing the UK in Eurovision. Her attempt was unsuccessful, but she did grace us with an eye-popping performance on the BBC's Making Your Mind Up wearing a hot pink latex catsuit while seven months pregnant.
She also released a cover version of A Whole New World with her former husband, professional "nice dad" Peter Andre, and a dance track titled Free to Love Again, that currently has no credited writers on its Wikipedia page.