Peter Andre to present teatime TV show
Singer Peter Andre is to present a new teatime show on Channel 4.
Andre announced he would be presenting The 5'Clock Show, which replaces The Paul O'Grady Show, in his regular Planet Pete column for new! magazine.
He said: "I won't be presenting it every week, as unfortunately I can't fit it in with everything else I'm doing, but I'll be doing the first couple and then I'll appear regularly after that for a week at a time.
"I don't know who the other presenters are yet but I'll keep you posted.
"I'm so excited about this. It's great to be focusing on my TV work now that my tour is over."
He added he was also busy filming a further series of his reality show, which begins again in June.
Andre and Katie Price aka Jordan divorced in September last year after marrying in a "fairytale" ceremony almost four years before.
The pair have two children together Junior, four, and Princess Tiaamii, two, alongside Price's son Harvey with footballer Dwight Yorke.
Price married cage fighter Alex Reid in Las Vegas in February.
Sky News was last week cleared of breaching rules by the broadcasting regulator Ofcom after Andre broke down during a live interview following Price's wedding, prompting hundreds of viewers' complaints.
The full story is available in this week's new! magazine, out today.
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