This week, Peter Andre opens up about his busy work life exclusively for OK! VIP members and reflects on his changing physique thanks to lockdown.
Emily Andrea’s husband reveals the moment he realised he had piled on the pounds during lockdown was when he put a suit on for the first time in a year, and also details the time he appeared on Good Morning Britain in his boxers!
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Team work makes the dream work
It was great to be on BBC Breakfast talking about the upcoming tour of Grease The Musical.
Now I’m sure I’m not the only one, but since Zoom has become the new normal and we do a lot of interviews from home, literally three minutes before I was due to go live nature called and I had to run to the toilet!
All I could think was, “What if the call starts and I’m not there?!” which would never happen in a studio setting. I made it but let’s just say it was extremely close!
As well as chatting all things Grease and theatres reopening, I also mentioned that I put a suit on the other day for the first time in a year and it was a little snug.
Again, I’m sure many of us are in the same boat but I’m going to put it down to weight lifting, even though it’s more like cake eating!
But when you’re sitting around a lot and having to do things from home you just snack a lot more. I think it will all change when I’m back on stage every night.
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It was also so good to be back working with my manager Claire and my friend Carl for the first time in months.
We’re such a good team and we’ve somehow made it through this incredibly strange year, which I feel very lucky for.
I’ve been busy working on a campaign for Sky Q with YouTuber bambinobecky. It will be out soon so watch out!
Pete’s not monk-ying around
TOWIE star Pete Wicks has said he wants to go to Nepal for a month and live as a monk.
I honestly think it would be the best experience of his life. I rate Pete, he’s a nice guy and I reckon he’ll love it.
It’s the type of experience I would love to try sometime but my only problem is monks take a vow of silence. Everyone else would be so pleased but I talk for England and I would find it very hard to keep quiet!
Good Morning Boxers!
It was funny to see Jamie Redknapp accidentally interrupt his dad Harry’s TalkRadio interview after he appeared in the background with no shirt on.
Apart from Theo gatecrashing my Loose Women interview I’ve been pretty lucky over this last year, but there was one time when I was on Good Morning Britain in my boxer shorts.
I was running late and didn’t have time to put my trousers on before the interview. Obviously I had a top on and no one could see below my waist, but all I could think was, “Don’t ask me to stand up right now!”
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A not so happy birthday
I really wish it could have been a happy 95th birthday for The Queen, but the truth is with her losing the Duke of Edinburgh, the main person she has had by her side since day one, the chances are it would have been an extremely difficult one for her.
I will never forget the image of her sitting by herself at his funeral. I feel as a country we’ve never been more supportive of her than we are right now and I’m proud of that.
Some people have said to me, “You’re British by birth but you’re also Australian,” but Australia is part of The Commonwealth so she is all our Queen and we’re all part of the same thing.
Justice is done
It was a poignant and important moment to see justice finally being done with the conviction of police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd.
There is no excuse he could have ever come up with that would justify his actions, so the outcome of the case shouldn’t have been anything else.
Ultimately this is the start of change and shows that change will and should come.
Nothing can change George’s life being taken, but there is at least now some accountability and hopefully a step forward in the right direction.
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