Peter Andre’s son Junior teases huge career change after music success | The Sun

PETER Andre’s son Junior has teased a huge new career change after his music success.

Born in 2005 to two famous parents, including Katie Price, it's no wonder he has found his way into the limelight.

Junior, 18, is known for his music success with his songs having been seen by millions on platforms like YouTube and TikTok.

He's even previously appeared on ITV's Loose Women to promote his venture which see's him follow in his famous dad's footsteps.

But now it seems he's taken interest in a completely different part of the entertainment industry as he wants to become an actor.

In a new interview, he told OK!: "Acting is another passion of mine.



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"I went to the BRIT School to study Theatre, and though I’m releasing my music, I’m still pursuing acting behind the scenes."

Junior also admits that he loves the behind-the-scenes work that being an actor brings and insists he'll be able to tackle a range of roles.

"I just love reading scripts and I’d be open to any role," he explained.

"I’d love a role in a suspenseful thriller series or something more serious.

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"But also, my friends tell me I’ve got a funny personality, so maybe I’d be good in a comedy series. Honestly, I’ll try anything once!"

Although the star has faced criticism from trolls for his privileged position using his father's connections, Junior insisted that his success doesn't necessarily come from his family.

"If you’re not good at what you do, you won’t succeed, and I’m already succeeding, I don’t think it matters what family you’re born into," Andre explained.

He added: "If you’ve got talent, you’ll do well. I’ll tell the haters to watch this space."

In his weekly column for the magazine, Peter Andre couldn't help but gush over his son following him in his music footsteps.

He exclaimed: "It’s still just the beginning and we have a long way to go. He’s worked so hard for this achievement – but that is how you get results.

"It was certainly a surreal moment seeing him on Loose Women in his own right recently, though. #proudpops1".

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