Peter Andre delights fans at Leicester's De Montfort Hall
THE AMAZINGLY popular Peter Andre brought his Up Close and Personal tour to De Montfort Hall in Leicester last night.
Playing to a sell-out audience he gave an energetic, crowd-pleasing performance from beginning to end. Supported by The Rise, The Risk - X Factor
finalists 2011 - and singer Sam Gray, Peter opened his show with tracks from his latest album, Angels and Demons.
Backed by an all-male dance troupe, the showman kept his audience enthralled with Michael Jackson inspired choreography and a series of magical
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Early in the night a chance to get 'up close and personal', on stage with Peter, was thrown to the audience, who had to text their name to a given number.
The lucky winner "Jennifer", was brought back on stage later in the night where she sat nervously at a bar as Peter sang the Bee Gees hit "How Deep is
The stunt proved popular with fans, especially those at the front who screamed "I Love You" as Peter danced with the lucky girl.
As night went on Peter took to singing more popular tracks including Bob Marley's One Love, his own hit from the 90s, Mysterious Girl and bravely, John
By the end of the night Peter had the entire audience on their feet, dancing and cheering with the star.
The London-born, Aussie-based pop singer had a string of hits in the 1990s, the most popular being 'Mysterious Girl' which sold over 2million copies.
After taking a step out of the music spotlight for a few years, Peter relaunched his music career with his 'Revelation' album entering the UK Album Charts at
number three in 2009.
In total, Peter has released four top ten UK albums and 10 top ten singles.
He continues his tour with a string of dates up and down the country, tonight he plays the 02 Arena in Leeds.