So, we couldn't help but wonder how the blonde beauty is doing during this rough time.
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Peter Andre wants to start a chain gang!
A chain gang of martial arts schools!
The singer is hoping to collaborate with his son Junior's karate teacher Paul Hawkes and start FIVE HUNDRED kung fu schools all across England!
Here's what he said:
Magical. A great business. What's not to love??
When it comes to coffee, little did the world know that Peter Andre would be opening a cafe chain called The New York Coffee Club with his brother Danny… and they're doing much more than slingin' joe!
They've taken on an intern that might not have had many other opportunities, and they're being honored for it! You see, their intern has epilepsy — and The Young Epilepsy Champion Awards has singled the brothers out for helping him! They were given the Employability and Enterprise Champion 2013 prize, and Andre and his sibling were even there to accept it!
Here's what he said:
Any by that we mean he can't stop using you to garner a little attention for himself.
It's been two years since his divorce from Katie Price, yet the memory of Peter Andre's marriage to her haunts his memories still. Peter was a guest on Piers Morgan's Life Stories this weekend, and he opened up about how their relationship has scarred him for life.
Well, at least he isn't part of the drama directly this time!
Peter Andre has had a reality TV show, called The Next Chapter, in the works for ITV2, but after a split in his management company between manager Claire Powell and her business partner/ex Neville Hendricks, he wants to pull the plug until they've resolved their issues!
A source explains:
Peter Andre's latest single Perfect Night totally bombed on the UK Singles Charts. The song only managed to hit the #48 spot - a much different record than what the singer was used to in the '90s.
Even though Pete tried to promote the single by appearing on QVC, it didn't work. Luckily, he seems to be okay with the lack of success his music is getting. Pete says:
"I don't think it will chart as high as I'd like it to but, as the old saying goes, "If at first you don't succeed, dust yourself off and try again.
It's a real shame that people won't play my songs on the radio, but I'm not bitter about it as I have so many things to be grateful for. I've always said my kids are my fiercest critics but Junior absolutely loves Perfect Night, so that's good enough for me."
That's the spirit, Pete! Family is way more important than your career! Way to have priorities!
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