Peter Andre enlists Princess, 12, and Junior, 14, to help spark his latest dance ‘craze’ The Bus Stop – The Sun

POP star dad Peter Andre has tried to revive a funky dance routine called 'The Bus Stop'.

The singer has posted a video of him and his kids doing the retro moves in an attempt to spark a new dance craze.

The dad-of-four enlisted his children from his marriage to Katie Price, Princess, 12, and Junior, 14, to help with his latest entertaining idea.

The trio can be seen on social media – along with the help of a few of Peter's friends online on different screens – demonstrating how to do the funky routine.

The 47-year-old even gave it a hashtag called 'The Lockdown Groove' from 1975 hit (Are You Ready) Do The Bus Stop.

He wrote alongside the video on social media: "Let’s go. I want to see you and your kids upload your version using the hashtag #lockdowngroove it’s an old classic. Let’s bring it back.


"Just for fun. The song is the ‘Bus Stop’ by the Fatback Band. Download it and have fun. The song already exists on Tik Tok so my daughter says. Let’s go."

The former dancer and singer made doing the simple moves look easy – but it wasn't that simple for son Junior.

His Dr wife Emily can be heard giggling at her husband in the background as she films it.

Elder children Princess and Junior are staying with the doting dad full-time during the lockdown while mum Katie Price looks after son Harvey who is a 'high risk' Corona case.

The previously married couple usually share split custody of their two children, but the children are keeping apart to stay safe.



Reality star Katie, 41, is currently isolating with Harvey as Jett, six, and Bunny, five remain with their dad Keiran Hayler.

Sadly, Katie's mum Amy also has a terminal lung disease – meaning she can't see her either which the model is 'struggling with'.

"It's hard, but I've got FaceTime. In that respect I'm struggling – it's been a month since I've seen them. But I can't risk Harvey."

Katie said of her mum: "My mum is dying and the last time I saw her was two weeks ago. I couldn't even go in the house."

THE BUS STOP

Four to the front,

Four to the back.

 

Four to the front,

Four to the back.

 

Two to the front,

Two to the back.

 

Front, middle,

Side, turn,

REPEAT.

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