The international community are voicing serious concern with the news that celeb/supermodel riots have now spread to Katie Price aka Jordan. Protestors first took to the streets of Naomi Campbell last week to protest with placards declaring 'Sense of entitlement for all' and 'Diamond's aren't *our* best friend, Naomi!' Tension estimated as riot police threw mobile phones at the protestors leading to all out rioting which has entered its seventh day.
'The supermodel region has been toppling like a stack of dominoes' said Magdi Abdel Amir, head of Celeb and Supermodel Affairs at the London School of Economics 'First Naomi, then Pixie Geldof and Elle Bee, now Katie Price; everyone is thinking who will be next? It's like a tinderbox; if the unrest hits the Hollyoaks region then the whole place could go off...'
President Obama spent the afternoon on the phone to a number of the model-celebs, urging calm and telling Louise Redknapp and Keira Knightly that they should seize 'a moment of great promise in the history international celebbage.'
Katie Price is said to be coping well with the situation, having temporarily lifted the curfew and discussing increased democratic freedoms with herself. 'To be honest she's quite excited by the riots.' claimed her agent Helena Twilkes 'She would always walk into WH Smith and ask why her face was only plastered across one section of the magazine racks. Now she's on the front of Newsweek and The Economist, she has effectively doubled her reach. Thank God for water cannons!'