Peter Andre promises 'shocks' in new TV show
- Bang Showbiz
- 15 May 2012
This article is from 2012.
Peter Andre has warned the men taking part in his new show that he could give them an electric shock if they don't pull their weight
Peter Andre has warned the men taking part in his new show that he could give them an electric shock if they don't behave.
The 'Behind Closed Doors' hitmaker will host 'Peter Andre's Bad Boyfriend Club' on ITV2 which will see him and his team of makeover and style experts turn some of the nation's most hopeless boyfriends into hopeless romantics and Peter revealed it will be tough.
Speaking after he had conquered his fear of rollercoasters on Thorpe Park's The Swarm, Peter exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "Basically it's these two couples where the girlfriend's written in saying my boyfriend needs help. And then I've basically got to give them a number of tests throughout the show. Maybe to go out on a date with some other girl to see how they do. And obviously if they don't pull their weight they get all sorts of things.
"Maybe the electric shock or something like that and it's going to be quite hilarious. Then there will be a jury of three different women from three different generations. So like a grandmother, a mum and a teenager and see who they think gives the best date to their girlfriend at the end of their show and they judge and then the winner gets to do something incredible. So it's a load of fun and it's going to be a great show."
Peter is thrilled with how the programme has turned out and revealed he can't wait for viewers to see it.
He added: "It's going to be so funny. Don't let the title fool you. I don't actually transform anybody or tell anyone what to do. It's a really fun and a Saturday night type show even though it's not on a Saturday night. Very, very funny. I can't wait for people to see it."
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