Peter Andre reveals Vengaboys, 5ive and Atomic Kitten are all reuniting and he’s headlining massive nostalgic pop gig
PETER Andre has revealed some of the 90s' biggest acts are reuniting for a massive nostalgic pop gig later in the year.
The Mysterious Girl singer is topping the bill of the 90s Baby Pop event at The Oval, Hastings in October.
Joining the star at the eight-hour concert are Vengaboys, 5ive, A1, 911, Atomic Kitten, The Honeyz, Gareth Gates and more.
Pete shared the post on his Instagram story today and declared: "We are back!! Who's coming??"
The acts have remained popular despite their peak years coming more than two decades ago.
Some of them featured in ITV's reality series The Big Reunion in the early 2010s which documented their return to the stage and the drama that came along with it.
Peter recently revealed he has been recording new music with Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson in a surprise collaboration.
The 48-year-old was pictured in the studio with the I Predict A Riot star on Instagram.
Peter was buzzing about working with The Voice former coach and posted a shot of them masked-up on Instagram.
He said: "I was predicting quiet but he predicts a riot……..
"Today I’m in the studio with none other than Ricky Wilson creating a beauty. This album is gonna be amazing."
Fan were excited about the collaboration, with one writing: "Two absolute legends."
Another said: "Delicious."
It's the latest in a strong line-up of celeb pals he has lined up for his new album.
He revealed he teamed up with Lady Leshurr on his new album as he shared a studio snap with the rapper.
He sat on the sofa with the Dancing On Ice star, 32, as they prepared to make music for his new album.
Peter looked excited as he donned his black face mask with a denim jacket.
Meanwhile, Lady Leshurr wore a peach tracksuit as she chilled out in the studio.
The singer captioned the pic: "Love. In studio creating with @imladyleshurr @rp9music @hypertone."
Lady Leshurr shared another pic of them in the studio, adding: "Man like @MrPeterAndre Exploding head the sweetest and the kindest."
But it's not just music that connects Lady Leshurr and Peter Andre – as both of them appeared on The Celebrity Circle.
Peter previously revealed Gary Barlow has worked on the album too.
The star revealed he was writing the record in July last year as he was "missing touring".
He told The Sun: "I'm really missing touring.
"I've been looking at my diary and I would have been doing the Grease theatre shows now.
"I also had loads of gigs lined up playing to 15-20,000 people all over Europe and in Dubai too. I'm missing seeing my band and the fans.
"I spoke with Claire, my friend and manager, and luckily all the gigs have been moved to the end of the year and next year, so they've not been cancelled, but we are trying to work all the dates out."
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