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Peter Andre hates reality TV shows

13:58 09 August 2012

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PIC BY DAVID NEW-9 MAY 2012-PETER ANDRE OVERCOMES HIS FEAR OF THE 'SWARM', THORPE PARK.

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The 39-year-old star - whose career enjoyed a resurgence after he took part in ‘I’m A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!’ in 2004, going on to appear in the ‘Katie & Peter’ programmes with then-wife Katie Price from 2005 to 2009 followed by a string of fly-on-the-wall documentary series chronicling his life after they split - rarely tunes into celebrity competition contests..

He admitted: “Believe it or not, I just don’t really like reality TV shows.

“I love my show because it’s about me and the kids and we are documenting our lives, but I’m not a reality TV person.

“Things like ‘X Factor’, ‘Dancing on Ice’, occasionally I’ll see something but I don’t like watching them.

“I haven’t even seen a single episode of ‘TOWIE’, ever. That’s bad seeing as I know them all but it’s true.”

Despite his comments, Peter - who has stepson Harvey, 10, son Junior, seven, and daughter Princess, five, with Katie - would love to compete on BBC show ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.

He told the Daily Star newspaper: “I’ve always wanted to do ‘Strictly’. I love that you are learning a skill while doing it.”

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