Katie Price channels her inner evil as she transforms into outrageous panto villain
Posted by  badge Boss on Sep 06, 2023 - 10:31PM
Katie Price wowed as she put on her panto costume (Picture: SplashNews.com)

embraced her nasty side in Liverpool as she showed off her costume for her role in the city’s upcoming of Sleeping Beauty.

The 45-year-old former glamour model transformed into an evil fairy godmother and proved she was ready for her next adventure on Wednesday. 

Posing outside the Bank Arena for a photocall, the star will take to the stage in December when the production’s run officially kicks off. 

She accepted the role of the fairytale’s wicked character Carabosse – otherwise known as Maleficent in the versions of the classic children’s fable. 

Throwing out her best witchy expressions, Katie turned heads in a figure-hugging purple sequined ball gown that featured a slit up to her thigh.

On her feet, she wore a pair of knee-high pink leather boots that complimented the pink feathers adorning the massive bell sleeves attached to the dress. 

Katie struck her best evil pose (Picture: SplashNews.com)
She embodied the classic villain (Picture: SplashNews.com)

The number was embellished with diamond trims around the neckline and the hem of the dress’s split. 

She accessorised her extravagant look with a diamond-encrusted necklace and a silver cane she raised into the air for the pictures. 

The star wore Maleficent’s signature headpiece with two horns covered in purple and pink sequined material. 

On the front of the head-dress, the model showed off a diamond crown and she also flashed her sharp orange nails to the camera. 

Katie originally announced her involvement in the show via an Instagram post she shared with her followers.

Alongside an image of herself, she penned a caption that read: ‘I’m beyond excited for this…Catch me as Carabosse in Sleeping Beauty at the M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool over Christmas.’

She threatened to hurt with her orange nails (Picture: SplashNews.com)
The star joined the cast in Liverpool (Picture: SplashNews.com)

Her pantomime dress-up came after she helped launch a campaign in support of pulmonary fibrosis, following her

According to , she said: ‘Mum’s been amazing but it’s been devastating having pulmonary fibrosis – for her and the whole family.

‘When you say cancer everyone knows what it is but with pulmonary fibrosis nobody’s ever heard of it. 

‘That’s why I’m so passionate about more people knowing about it and supporting Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis and their campaign this September.’