Peter Andre unveils exciting insight into son Junior’s upcoming album

I’m A Celebrity kicks off this week and it seems my dear friend Dame Arlene Phillipsis going into the castle. If that’s true then it’s great news and I will be giving her my full support.

I’m A Celeb is different to other reality shows as it really does show off your personality, and Arlene is such a nice person. She’s also worked with everyone in the entertainment industry, so she’ll have some incredible stories to tell.

My advice to the contestants is pace yourself. I was told to eat as much as I could before I went in because I was going to eat very little when I was there.

In my opinion, though, you should eat less before you go in. If you overeat then it’s a shock to the system when you stop, so I think it’s better to start adjusting your body to the lack of food beforehand. The hunger side of things was so hard and I’ll never forget how hungry I felt.

We also had to contend with the Australian heat and sleeping in the jungle with all sorts of insects. I hope it returns to Oz next year as that’s such a huge part of the show.

I’m sure friends and family would love it to be down under as well, so they can relax by the pool while the contestants do the hard work. Wales is beautiful too, of course, just colder!


It’s a busy time for me but also a very busy time for Junior who is currently writing and putting his album together. We’re still developing him but it’s so cool and I’m so proud of him.

I’m making sure he’s co-written his songs as I think being a songwriter is important, and he’s going to start releasing music next year, so it’s an amazing and exciting time for him.

I feel very lucky to be able to be there for my son and help in any way I can with his career.

I will also start filming a new film soon and I feel so grateful that I’m able to do all these things that I’ve always wanted to. Things are happening!

But it’s important to always stay grounded and always be grateful.


It was unbelievable to hear about eight people losing their lives at Travis Scott’s Astroworld music festival after being crushed in the crowd.

It’s absolutely tragic when you think about how something like this could have been prevented. This sort of thing should not be happening and it’s clear that rules are going to have to change at festivals and concerts.

I just don’t understand how the concert wasn’t stopped. There would have been so many people working there, like security and stage and lighting managers, but it’s very difficult to know who was responsible.

My thoughts are with the families of those who lost their lives and those who were injured.

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