Jordan Proves Popular in Packed Union
Katie Price proves her popularity in getting some honest words off her enormous chest.
An honest and popular speech from former glamour model Katie Price was the highlight of a Union debate which saw Feminism triumph in Cambridge last night.
Katie, abandoning her notes but speaking strongly to a packed chamber, was comfortably the best received of the guest speakers, which included Daily Mail columnist Liz Jones and Boris Johnson’s sister Rachel.
And when Johnson attempted to attack the model formerly known as Jordan, the Union crowd responded angrily, supporting their new-found hero.
Katie, who had great success speaking at the Other Place last year, may not have been vital to the winning of the debate, whose wording meant it was never likely to fail, but brought publicity to a resounding victory – 497 votes to 38.
It is fair to say that the selection of the Page Three girl-turned-businesswoman for a debate on Feminism had been questioned in some quarters, but after this success along with the audience it drew, the Union will be patting themselves on the back for a job well done.
We will have to wait and see if the Union’s other controversial guests this term, which include Jerry Springer and ex-IMF President Dominique Strauss-Kahn will also be able to win over their doubters.
To read The Tab‘s Culture Editor Joe Bates’ full review of the debate, click HERE.