Our treasured columnist Peter Andre 's voice was filled with pride this week as he discussed his son Junior's move to making music.

Writing in his weekly new! magazine column, the widely-adored Aussie singer's comments came as he finally calmed down from the excitement of his debut night on the West End with Grease The Musical. Here, he also discusses his pride for son Junior's music career. Sign up – for free! – to see what he has to say.

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HOPELESSLY DEVOTED FANS

Last week I made my West End debut in Grease The Musical – and it was insane! We had a full house, so we were over the moon. They always say London crowds are hard to please, but I couldn’t disagree more.

It was as though we had all of the UK’s biggest Grease fans in one room on the opening night.

Thank you so much to everyone who came – I truly hope you enjoyed yourself as much as I did. What a kick-off to the show!

Long may it continue…

PROUD DAD

We have just released the teaser snippet of one of Junior’s tracks on TikTok. The feedback and praise he’s received from fans has been incredible already and I know there are bigger things on the horizon for him.

Junior’s been focused on this for such a long time now, so to see all of his hard work paying off just makes me so proud.

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He truly deserves everything coming his way. Watch this space!

NO EXCUSES

In March, we saw Will Smith charge onto the stage at the Oscars to hit comedian Chris Rock across his face and he wasn’t arrested.


Last week, there were reports that rapper Nicki Minaj had threatened to smack a reporter while she walked the red carpet at the Met Gala. Again, no arrests.

In the same week, however, we had a man charged by the LAPD for attacking comic Dave Chappelle while he was performing at the Hollywood Bowl. This man was carrying weapons and obviously the right action was taken by police.

But something needs to change because this can not continue happening. There needs to be a consequence to every aggressive action.

There can be no excuse for violence, no matter who is involved. More needs to be done.

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