Jordan's Eurovision bid
Party girl Jordan is hoping to use this year's Eurovision Song Contest to launch her singing career.
15:51 05 February 2005
Party girl Jordan is hoping to use this year's Eurovision Song Contest to launch her singing career, the Sun reports.
The 26-year-old glamour model - engaged to pop idol Peter Andre - is urging people to vote for her to represent the UK at this year's international singing contest.
"I hope people can give me a chance to show them what I can do. It's all about representing your country which I would love to do," said Jordan, who is making the singing bid under her real name, Katie Price.
"The whole country getting behind and voting for someone like me would be amazing," she added.
Jordan made her singing debut on national TV back in December, when she sang the Nat King Cole classic When I Fall In Love during Westlife's Christmas special.
The star - currently more famous for her party exploits than her singing - will have to battle it out with five other hopefuls in a live TV Eurovision vote on the BBC's show Make Your Mind Up.
Another hopeful is former Eurovision star Gina G.
The Australian-born beauty came seventh in the contest back in 1996, when she represented Britain with the song, Ooh Aah ... Just A Little Bit.
TV talent show rejects Andy Scott Lee and Javine will also be taking part in the sing-off on March 5th, as will the unknown opera trio Tricolore.
The Eurovision Song Contest - now in its 50th year - will take place in Kiev, Ukraine, on May 21st.