Katie Price hits out at Barbie bosses after not getting invite

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Katie Price said she did not receive an invitation to the Barbie premiere as she slammed organisers.

The reality TV star vented about not being in attendance at the star-studded event held at Cineworld in Leicester Square on July 12.

Speaking on the Katie Price podcast, she said: “I’m really disappointed I haven’t gone to the Barbie movie with you tonight. I didn’t get an invite, everyone.

“I’m not big headed, but what does annoy me is people go to film premieres half the time because they want to be pictured on the red carpet, that’s why they make an effort with what they wear.

“Every time I’ve been on the red carpet, I don’t know why, but I always overshadow whoever is in it. I get the most press.

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“The whole point of doing film premieres is surely for press. Everyone knows I was glam and I love the Barbie.”

Katie said she would have been the perfect guest as she would have been “over the top” with her Barbie attire.

“It’s like, the snobbery that goes on in this industry is just ridiculous,” she claimed.

“I would’ve got a Barbie mask to put on to cover the nose. Anyway, it don’t matter.

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“I’ll look at the pictures and look how s**t people look.”

Many famous faces were in attendance on the pink carpet, including Amanda Holden, Molly-Mae Hague, Georgia Toffolo and Sam Smith.

Cast members Ryan Gosling, Will Ferrell, America Ferrera, Issa Rae and Hari Nef also posed for snaps at the event.

The premiere was ahead of the release this Friday 21st July.

It comes after tens of thousands of Hollywood actors are preparing to strike after last-ditch talks between their union and streaming giants broke down around a major deadline.

The strike could also extend to the UK and other countries where members of the acting union are active on film sets.

It would also prevent A-listers from promoting some of the year’s biggest releases.

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