The editor of leading gay magazine Attitude has branded Katie Price as “unprofessional” for her behaviour over Alex Reed’s photo shoot for the magazine.
Matthew Todd, editor of leading gay magazine Attitude has blasted Katie Price. The editor told to The Sun newspaper of Price’s alleged behaviour during a photo shoot the magazine had organised with her new husband, Alex Reid. Price branded the shoot “tasteless” and refused to allow Reid to appear on the front cover of Attitude.
“We started the shoot and he was wearing a dressing gown, but when he moved on to the naked thing – which wouldn’t have involved full frontal – Jordan started this hysterical screaming that he wasn’t doing it as he wasn’t getting paid. She just turned into a monster. It is all about money for her, but Alex was doing this to promote his career and he and his team had agreed to it. Her behaviour cost him the cover. It could have been really good for him – we have had amazing people like David Beckham and Robbie Williams who all did shoots for us without any problems .But she is damaging his career. It was just really, really unprofessional.” – Matthew Todd talking to The Sun.
The cover of Attitude went to Dancing on Ice star Danny Young instead. Over the years many high profile people have appeared on the front cover of Attitude such as Jeremy Sheffield, also a contestant on the recent series of Dancing On Ice, Danny Dyer and Tony Blair while he was still the Prime Minister. Blair’s appearance in the paper was during the last election when Attitude secured interviews with the leaders of all three major political parties.