Peter Andre opens up on fears of catching Covid-19 amidst easing restrictions

Peter Andre has shared his nerves about easing restrictions and catching Covid-19 despite his second jab appointment coming up and the world starting to open up after the so called "freedom day."

Writing in his weekly column for new magazine, Peter, 48, said: "I still worry about catching it and passing it on. Hopefully, things will become clearer very soon." The singer also shares his praise for Team GB and reveals what it's like being back on stage again.

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Tom's made me proud

I’ve been watching little bits of the Olympics and I’m feeling very proud of how Team GB is doing. I’m especially proud of diver Tom Daley, who won his first gold medal. It’s also great to see Tom being so proud to be an openly gay Olympian.

What is sad, though, is that it’s taken all these years for people to feel comfortable enough to talk about being who they want to be. It’s amazing that Tom is not only very content with who he is now but also hugely successful! He’s done Britain proud.

Still strange days

The world is still in a strange situation with Covid. The rules still apply that even if you’re double jabbed, you must self-isolate if you come into contact with someone who has Covid. The Government is looking at changing that rule on 16 August but there’s still so much uncertainty.

People are so scared of contracting the virus in the workplace and no one wants to be the one giving someone else Covid. I think if you’re double jabbed, you should have more freedom. Even though my second vaccination is very soon, I still worry about catching it and passing it on. Hopefully, things will become clearer very soon.

Fond memories of Dieter Brummer

I was so sad to hear that Australian actor Dieter Brummer had died. I knew him back in the day as I was really good friends with a lot of the Home And Away and Neighbours casts.

I remember coming to England and one of my first experiences was walking into a shop and seeing Dieter on the front cover of all the teen magazines. All these girls were drooling over him! At 45, the guy was only three years younger than me, so it’s a tragic loss. The Home And Away cast paid a beautiful tribute to him and my thoughts are with his family.


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It's show time!

By the time you read this, I will have already performed in the opening night of our Grease tour. It’s such a nice feeling knowing that the first night was sold out. I’m excited, as well as nervous, to get back on stage. But after the 18 months we’ve had with Covid, it feels great to get back to normality.

The following day, I’m set to play my first gig in 16 months in Essex. I’ll perform some of my old stuff but also test out some new material that I’ve been working on. I’ll fill you in next week.

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