Katie Price has shared her opinion on the current election.
The nation woke up on Friday morning to find out that there was a hung parliament, and Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that she will not quit.
But former Page 3 girl Katie has given her fans her take on the latest goings on.
Uploading what could be one of the funniest Instagram posts Pricey has ever posted, her fans were creasing.
She shared a meme which read: “So sick of hearing about the Labour party… Conservative party… Everybody knows there ain’t no party ain’t no party like a S CLUB PARTY”.
Trust Katie to reference 90s pop band S Club 7 during this critical political moment in time.
The post has racked up a whopping 22,000 likes already.
Her fans are loving it. One said: “Katie, you’ve made my day”.
Another added: “OMG I don’t remember the last time I laughed this hard, so suddenly “.
A third laughed: ” this literally had me in stitches “.
The 39-year-old mother-of-five is definitely amusing everybody.
It also made some of her 1.5 million followers feeling nostalgic about the 90s.
“Oh the 90s they were the days “, said one.
“Now if that s club party was on a venga bus, there would be no stopping it”, another added.
There were of course some who didn’t find it so funny.
One said seriously: “I actually think it’s scary not funny if labour get in a lot of people will lose their jobs the country will go into bankruptcy very soon with the figure plucking they are doing !
“It’s alright for such as Katie price to joke but for the average jo bloggs it’s important a party that’s realistic gets together and sorts this whole mess !!
But Katie didn’t respond to any critics and instead, uploaded another photo of herself promoting the KP nurtition range.
Many celebrities have aired their opinion on social media this morning after a decision is very much still in the air.
Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams simply tweeted: “Oh Theresa, what have you done?”
Presenter Gary Lineker made a statement by saying: “What appeared to be the most pointless general election in history may well turn out to be the most extraordinary.”