Sinitta doesn’t seem happy about those Katie Price and Simon Cowell rumours

Not happy at all

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by Polly Foreman |
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We’re still kinda reeling from the news that Simon Cowell and Katie Price MIGHT have spent the night together in 2010 after she returned home drunk the morning after a “business meeting”.

The accusations were brought to light by her ex, Leandro Penna, who told The Sun on Sunday: "I asked her if she'd f*cked Simon and she said, 'No, of course not.'

"She was angry, she asked where I got that from.

"In the end I told her: 'I'd read the texts, you lie.' We barely spoke for the next few weeks."


And what’s a story about Simon Cowell without Sinitta? Luckily she’d waded in to have her say on the accusations, proclaiming: “I’ll kill her.”

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She told The Sun: “I’ll kill her. It better not have been on my watch. I’m shocked and stunned, but most of all stunned.”

We think she’s joking.

And she’s not the only one.

David Walliams has also been winding Simon up about the claims, at the Britain’s Got Talent auditions of all places.

When a contestant revealed they’d be singing a song about a mistake they made in the past, David turned to Simon and said: "Was that the same mistake you made with Katie Price?"


David earlier hinted that he’d be bringing up the story when he tweeted a picture of the paper with the caption: "I look forward to discussing this story in depth with @SimonCowell tody on camera @BGT."

And, speaking to The Sun, a source backstage at the talent show said: "David was in a cheeky mood and this was too good an opportunity to miss."

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