Jodie Marsh's mother recording Children In Need song with Tony Hadley
Jodie Marsh's mother is recording a song for Children In Need with Tony Hadley.
The 37-year-old glamour model-turned-documentary maker has revealed her mum Kristina Marsh is part of a choir that is going into the studio with the Spandau Ballet singer to create a track which will raise money for the annual BBC charity telethon.
Sharing the news with her 607,000 Twitter followers, Jodie posted a series of tweets which read: "Just found out that my mum (who sings in a choir) is recording a song with the choir for Children in Need with @TheTonyHadley ! Go mum!!!!! And apparently the BBC are going to film them recording it so it might be shown on the tele!!! (sic)"
Jodie joked that her beloved mum and her choir mates should try out for the next series of 'The X Factor' once the song is out so she can show Simon Cowell and the other judges just how talented she is.
The busty babe added: "X factor next for mother ... I can already hear @SimonCowell saying "Um..... so which one of you lovely ladies is Mummy Marsh? (sic)"
Jodie has been healing a broken heart in recent months following her break-up from her husband James Placido - whom had her arrested and charged with harassment.
The sexy bodybuilder is throwing herself into her work and as well as making a number of new TV investigations for TLC she is looking for a web designer to build her a new website.
She posted on Twitter: "I need a new website built. If you want the opportunity to work with me & show off your skills then email my manager [email protected] ... Make sure you email my manager if you are interested in building my new website. (sic)"