Review: Up close, singer Peter Andre was magic
PYROTECHNICS, showering fire, streamers and several space-like outfit changes – this show was one not to be missed!
Girls were screaming left, right and centre as Peter Andre magically appeared on stage at the Grimsby Auditorium as part of his Up Close And Personal tour.
He donned a black, robotic suit singing an opening number from his new Angels And Demons album.
The theme was magic and Peter was hidden behind a black sheet and suddenly a powerful male dancer appeared.
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And then minutes later, Peter appeared on top of the central box and the crowd went wild.
Suddenly, to everyone's delight, fire came streaming down from the ceiling and he used his umbrella to protect him.
Peter shouted: "I love you Grimsby! How are you guys tonight? I hope you enjoy the show."
True to the show's name, one lucky girl from the audience was chosen – Danielle – to appear on stage with the pop hunk.
She sat down very nervously whilst he sang How Deep Is Your Love to her.
At one point, Peter was having a slow dance with Danielle on stage – she was one lucky girl!
There was suddenly a change of theme to rock music and pyrotechnics were flashing constantly. He donned a leather jacket and sang Shot Through The Heart.
The male dancers, doing flips somersaults and every other acrobatic move you can think of, were amazing and made the show come to life. Peter seemed appreciative of them by complimenting them constantly.
The theme changed again to reggae and the green, yellow and red colours lit up the stage ... and we knew the famous song Mysterious Girl was coming ever closer. And then it came.
Peter wore a white top and white baggy trousers. His vocals were good but we were waiting for a glimpse of his six-pack ... but it never made an appearance, unfortunately!
One of the final songs was an acoustic number entitled Thank You, which he had written for his fans.
His brother, Chris, was on the guitar beside him.
It felt quite emotional, since the loss of his other brother Andrew and the audience began swaying. But to finish off on a happy note, he sang another new song and he literally finished with a bang as streamers fell from the sky.
It was one of the best productions I have seen at the Auditorium – it was constantly entertaining.
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