Jodie Marsh to become an MP: ‘People listen to me’

Jodie Marsh has revealed that she plans to enter politics by starting her own party


by Fiona Day |
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The former glamour model said that she is willing to ‘start my own party’ in order to enter the House of Commons.

She told The Sun newspaper: “There's so much wrong that needs to changed and people listen to me.”

The 35-year-old plans to focus on health and fitness and has plans to help people up and down the country improve their wellbeing.

“I’d get doctors to prescribe personal trainers instead of anti-depressants,” she said.

The body builder the added that she would make it mandatory for children to care for an animal 'to teach them responsibility'.

Jodie would follow in the footsteps of rival Katie Price, who stood for a seat in a Manchester constituency.

Jodie says she'll start her own party to get elected
Jodie says she'll start her own party to get elected

Katie, 36, said at the time: “I know it will take a big swing to win the seat but there's no bigger swinger than me.”

Jodie has decided on a career change several times in the past ten years.

She shot to fame as a glamour model, boasting her ‘natural’ boobs as a rival to Katie Price’s alter ego Jordan’s surgically enhanced curves.

She then trained as a tattoo artist before devoting herself to body building.

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