Julia Roberts is Katie Price's pick for Jordan - The Movie
Katie Price would like Julia Roberts to play her in a movie about her life - because they have had similar hairstyles.
She said her mind was made up after seeing Roberts' Oscar-winning performance in the film Erin Brockovich.
Price is releasing her fourth autobiography later this year and is already discussing turning her story into a movie.
"I mentioned that to my management," she told More! magazine.
"I've got another autobiography coming out in October, so I suppose it will be after that."
Asked who would play her in the lead role, she replied: "I'd probably say Julia Roberts - and the reason is, before my career and everything, my hair was really curly.
"And I saw Erin Brockovich, and thought she'd be good at playing me. And then Pretty Woman..."
The 31-year-old, who recently split from husband Peter Andre, jets off to Los Angeles every three months to touch up her hair extensions.
"Fifteen grand the whole thing costs for my flights and my hair," she said.
The glamour model aka Jordan also told of plans for a second breast reduction.
She said: "I'm already booked in for when I go back. My boobs are going smaller. I may just get a bit of Botox done too."
Asked if she thought a relationship can survive when it's just sex, sex, sex, she replied: "I'll be finding out soon, won't I? That's what I'll be doing."
* The full interview appears in this week's More! magazine, on sale today.
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