Video: Peter Andre at Grimsby Auditorium: Fans go Insania for pop hunk
DEVOTED fans braved freezing temperatures to catch a glimpse of a pop hunk.
The 'Mysterious Girls' from Grimsby and Hull waited for seven hours outside Grimsby Auditorium to meet Peter Andre.
The singing sensation was here last night as part of his Up Close And Personal tour with support acts The Risk and Sam Gray.
Music fans Beth Portus, 16, Kristina Davidson, 16, and Lauren Ashworth, 16, hadn't even bought tickets, but they were there at noon to try to meet Peter as he arrived on his coach.
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Beth, who attends Grimsby Institute, said: "I have never met a celebrity so I thought I would see if I could meet him.
"I love Peter because he's so hot with his six-pack and I think The Risk are hotter than JLS."
Lauren said: "I love his music and he seems like a really nice person."
Kristina, from Franklin College, added: "We have been waiting for him for ages, but we don't care about the cold.
"My sister Isis loves him, I think she has passed her love of him to me!"
Sisters Becca and Lucy Booth, both 14, from Hull, bought tickets and began queuing at 11.30am.
Becca, wearing an I Love Peter Andre T-shirt, said: "We have come so early because we want to get to the front of the concert.
"We love his songs, especially Mysterious Girl, and the way he looks.
"We have never seen him in concert but we met him at a CD signing two years ago. He was really nice – he asked me for a kiss!
"Peter seems a genuine, kind person."
Lucy added: "I just love everything about him and we follow him on TV such as the Peter Andre: My Life series.
"We have wrapped up warm so we didn't freeze while queuing.
"I have been a fan of his for around five years and I hope to meet him again."
Reporters Lucy Greensmith and Laura Stuart-Cook attended the gig – check out @thisisgrimsby on Twitter to read their thoughts on the action as it happened.
Photos of Peter performing will appear in tomorrow's Grimsby Telegraph – if you took any, e-mail them to email@example.com