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Model Jordan sets male pulses racing

LUCKY Lee Culshaw was the envy of hundreds of males when he got up close and personal with top glamour babe Jordan.

LUCKY Lee Culshaw was the envy of hundreds of males when he got up close and personal with top glamour babe Jordan.

Lee, 30, of Bullough Close, Accrington, met up with the busty stunner in the VIP lounge of Opium nightclub last Friday night.

He had won the chance to meet the page three model in an Observer competition.

And he took full advantage of the opportunity by planting a smacker on her cheek as he sat alongside her on a piano chair with his girlfriend Cathy Bates.

Boxing fan Lee has previously met Chris Eubank and Prince Naseem Hamed - but says Jordan was simply a knockout.

He said: "It felt great giving her a peck on the cheek. She is gorgeous - I don't care what people say about her. I think lots of lads would have loved to have been in my shoes."

Jordan - real name Katie Price - set pulses racing when she appeared on stage in front of hundreds of clubbers.

They cheered her on as she was interviewed on a kingsize bed and spilled the beans on her former lovers including Pop Idol winner Gareth Gates, Blackburn Rovers soccer star Dwight Yorke and singer Dane Bowers.

She also took a swipe at her rival Jodie Marsh, who often attacks Jordan and her inflated assets in the national tabloids, before things really hotted up when she invited five girls on stage to show off their dance moves.

Jordan, who is 25, told the Observer she was impressed with the reception from all her fans in Accrington and she had really enjoyed the show.

Club promoter Brendan Connolly said: "It has been a great night for us. She has been our biggest attraction by far since we opened the club a couple of years ago. We are delighted with the turnout."

Jordan is one of a string of big-name stars lined up to appear at the club in Willow Street, Accrington. Other celebrities set to appear are former heavyweight boxer Frank Bruno, Irish heart-throb Keith Duffy and Marcus Patric from Hollyoaks.


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