Peter Andre will be stopping by Vintage TV’s Needle Time to talk about his career with journalist Neil McCormick.
During the show Peter revealed that he only heard Greek music whilst growing up and that the first time he heard Michael Jackson’s Off The Wall it was a revelation for him. It was from that point that he viewed to do whatever it took to make music.
He also reveals that the huge success of Mysterious Girl has been a double edged sword but insists he has no regrets.
“Yes of course I’m so grateful, I’ve always been grateful. I’ve never said, ‘oh, why aren’t I doing this? Or why am I not doing that? I actually think in the words of Kylie ‘I should be so lucky’ that I have got the things that I have got,” says Peter when asked about the path his career has taken. “I will never, ever regret anything – again, I should be grateful that I can still release albums. Some people, when they don’t get radio play, it’s finished – but thanks to all the other stuff (I do) I still get to do this. The tours sell; the album complements the tour and the tour complements the album.”
Neil McCormick’s Needle Time with Peter Andre airs at 10pm on Tuesday 8th July and Sunday 13th July at 8pm on Vintage TV. Check out a sneak peek of the show below: