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|Kate Moss and Pete Doherty Star in Sweary YouTube video|
- 'Rot in jail, you bleep, rot, rot, rot,' she tells him
Kate Moss and Pete Doherty have released a bizarre video in a bid to get signed as a pop duo.
The 33-year-old supermodel and her rocker lover posted the short film, featuring them dressed in red Army uniforms performing their new song, on video-sharing website YouTube.
The footage - shot in Kate's Cotswold cottage - begins with Pete, 28,
strumming on his guitar and singing, before the catwalk beauty interrupts with a torrent of abuse.
She shouts: "Rot in jail, you ****, rot, rot, rot, there forever. You're a liar and a fantasist, you ****."
The words "It's those KP Nuts again" then pop up across the screen - KP standing for Kate and Pete.
The pair - who released their first KP Nuts video featuring a scantily clad Kate inaudibly singing along with Pete in her home in April - believe their video series will help them get signed to a record label.
Pete recently said: "It takes a long time to get signed these days and we thought we would post stuff online to speed things up a bit."
At the end of the latest film, the sentence "That's not all folks!" flashes up and Kate can be heard muttering. She then explodes:
"Sonny and Cher we're not."
You can check if she's right with that assessment here.
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