After plans to adapt Jade Goody's life into a film, the reality TV star's final hours are to be reenacted on stage.
Mark McGowan, a prominent performance artiste has announced that he will now reenact the final hours of the star, the Telegraph online reported.
"I am from south London and I loved Jade," said the artiste, who is charging up to 25 pound for tickets to the performance on May 18 at Cordy House, east London.
Goody's battle with cervical cancer and her death on March 22 generated huge interest amongst the public with thousands attending her funeral.
The star earned million pounds by selling her cancer story to the media, continues to live in public memory, which has prompted a keen interest from the entertainment industry.