Katie Price's debut single Free To Love Again has flopped in the charts, only making it to number 60 and selling around 3,800 copies.
But the glamour model may not be too bothered about her chart position having said on GMTV this week:
"I'm not a singer, this is just something I do for fun. I'm not interested in chart positions or number ones, I'm doing this purely for fun. Whether people like it or not I'm doing it."
Bookmakers William Hill currently have odds of Katie winning Best Single at next year's Brit Awards at 1000/1. It is also1000/1 that she will be up for the Mercury Music Prize when nominations are announced on Tuesday.
This is Katie's second attempt at chart success having previously released the duet A Whole New World with ex-hubby Peter Andre.
The 32-year-old also once tried to represent the UK at Eurovision but was beaten to the job by Javine Hylton.