KATIE PRICE looked shaken as she was escorted out of G-A-Y nightclub in London after cancelling her performance following news of last night’s terrorist attack at London Bridge.
The former glamour model, 39, was set to perform her new single after recently revealing that she was set to relaunch her music career.
However, Katie was spotted being led out of the venue by security on pulling out of her set, telling the audience: “Get home safely. I am going home to my family,” The Sun reports.
According to the website, Katie and the club’s owner appeared on stage to inform the audience that they felt it would be “wrong” to promote the single in the wake of the tragedy, which saw seven people killed and 48 injured.
Dressed in an all-black ensemble of leggings and a causal T shirt, the Loose Women star clasped her 30-year-old husband Kieran Hayler’s hand as she shielded her eyes from photographers behind a pair of oversized sunglasses as she made her way out of the club.
Three terrorists ploughed through pedestrians in a van during the attack at London Bridge last night, before leaving the vehicle and proceeding to stab victims.
Celebrities have flooded to social media to pay tribute to the victims and extend their wishes to those affected in the horrific incident, with Ariana Grande, 23, leading the tributes.
“Praying for London,” the popstar tweeted, after news broke of the events just a day before she is set to perform a benefit concert in Manchester in aid of the victims who died in a suicide bombing at her gig there last month.
Among the stars to pay tribute on social media were Britain’s Got Talent judge Simon Cowell, 57, Bette Midler, 71, and model Cara Delevigne, 24, who said: “My heart is with you London. Please can everyone stay safe. This is beyond tragic but we must stand together and not let this break us.”
Greater Manchester Police have confirmed that Ariana’s One Love concert will go ahead tonight despite the London Bridge attacks, announcing that there will be additional security put in place.