KATIE Price is selling £30 tickets to fans so that they can join her on her virtual Girls Night In tour.
The former glamour girl's tours have been popular in the past, and have seen her dish the dirt on her ex husbands and life as a celebrity.
But due to the current pandemic Katie, 42, is unable to take her show on the road, so she is giving her fans a Zoom chat instead.
Her followers are even get the chance to ask her a question, and if we know Pricey, she won't hold back.
Katie launched the show on Thursday and has been thrilled with the response from her loyal fans so far.
Taking to Instagram to she wrote: "Absolutely loving my Girls Night In tour! Loved speaking to you all.
"Every night for one week only I’ll be doing these zoom calls. Grab tickets online on Katiepricemerch.com."
Tickets are on sale now, and you can even join her tonight.
The show is running until next Wednesday and is bound to be explosive.
During last night's chat, Katie revealed how her son Harvey calls her to say he's "missing his mummy cuddles" after returning to residential school.
Earlier this month, the 18-year-old had his first day back in the classroom since the coronavirus lockdown was imposed.
She opened up about Harvey calling her to say "I need you" during a video conference call with fans.
"I'm like, 'What do you mean you need me Harv?" she explained to fans.
"And he's like, 'Well I want mummy cuddles and kisses.
"And I'm like, 'Well you will at the weekend,' and then you just have to divert him off the conversation but it is hard."
Katie recently revealed Harvey would be moving out and heading to a transitional residential school before starting his studies at college.
Harvey, who has severe autism, a rare complex genetic condition called Prader-Willi syndrome and is partially blind, recently documented his search for the right college in Katie's acclaimed BBC documentary Harvey & Me.
But The Sun exclusively revealed that Katie has been forced to restart her search for residential colleges for her disabled son.
The star has applied for her eldest to go to National Star College in Cheltenham, which the pair were seen visiting in her acclaimed BBC documentary Harvey & Me, and is due to find out next month whether she has been successful.
Katie also runs the risk of being unable to get government funding to cover the £350,000 that National Star College requires annually to house Harvey and cater to his complex needs.
Katie, who lives in Sussex, was encouraged to look for alternative options by her friend and autism campaigner Anna Kennedy OBE.
The activist was seen warning her in the documentary about cases of other special needs children who have been taken to mental health units after being deemed a risk to themselves or others.
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