12:52 21 February 2011
Katie Price showed her charitable side at the weekend after she danced, and made it through to the final of, Lets Dance for Comic Relief.
Price donned a black wig, moustache and dressed up in PVC to recreate Freddie Mercurys iconic performance in the video for I Want to Break Free.
The 32-year-old was accompanied by male dancers who took on the roles of Brian May and Roger Taylor in the video.
She was watched in the audience by her son Junior and daughter Princess.
Judge Graham Norton was impressed by the former glamour models performance, saying: 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!'
Price will join comedian Russell Kane in the final, who won the most public votes for his dance to Beyonce Knowles Crazy in Love.
Wearing a racy orange dress, Kane drew the biggest laughs on the evening for his dance to the 2003 hit.
TV decorators Colin and Justin, Thick of It actress Rebecca Front and comedian Ed Byrne were among the celebrities that missed out on the series final.
Other stars who are set to appear on the show over the coming weeks are Noel Fielding, Adrian Edmondson, Penny Smith and an 80s super group consisting of Toyah Wilcox, Clare Grogan, Chesney Hawkes and Limahl.
Lets Dance is aiming to raise awareness of Comic Reliefs ongoing campaign against malaria.
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