We are so sad we missed this!


When dad-of-four Peter Andre made his transition from cheesy chart topper to sometime jazz crooner – not everyone was convinced.

So imagine our delight when we heard news that the 44-year-old had gone back to his pop roots and delighted fans with a surprise rendition of his hit single, Mysterious Girl.

One eagle-eye fan spotted the singer belting out some tunes in aid of housing and homeless charity, Shelter, and promptly got his phone out to capture the footage in all it’s glory.

Fans flooded social media with their excited responses to the clip:

Posting this Instagram snap of his street-side performance in Islington, Pete couldn’t look any happier.

Absolutely brill Busking in London for Shelter supporting the homeless @sheltercharity @wendiharriott @joechiari

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After all, what’s not to love about good music for a good cause? And it was smiles all round from his Instagram followers too who heaped praise on his selfless act and his vocal skills:

janrat55 said: ‘Well done Pete lovely thing to do . ❤️’

portzgirl added: ‘Wow. Good job Pete. You are lovely!😍’

While oldhamsally summed it up with one word by saying: ‘Brilliant x’

It’s now been revealed that Pete took to the mic to test out research* which suggests that more than two fifths of people’s claim that they would give more to streets artists and homeless people if they didn’t have to rely on cash.

Explaining Pete said: “Me and the band came to London today to help raise money for the charity Shelter and all the amazing work that they do throughout the UK. By doing a secret gig on the streets like this and using mobile payments to make it quick and easy for people to donate, we managed to raise hundreds of pounds from people’s kind donations in a matter of minutes.”

So what do you think of Peter Andre’s turn as a street performer? Join the conversation on the Womans Own Facebook page, and share you views with us today!

*by Nationwide Building Society