Peter Andre has revealed that he was almost killed in a racist attack in Australia.
The singer opened up about his terrifying experience where he was held up at knife point in a Sydney nightclub back in the 1990s.
Although the incident happened a long time ago, it's been hard to forget such a scary incident.
Speaking to OK! magazine Peter said there was a lot of racist tension in his homeland and it almost cost him his life on a night out.
He said: "I'll never forget walking into a nightclub in Sydney with my friend George, twenty years ago.
“We were grabbed and a knife was held to my throat in the bathroom. I was petrified."
Peter continued: “The guys were like ‘who do you think you are?’ – I thought they were going to kill me. I’ve had many situations like that.”
“Growing up there was one of the hardest experiences of my life.
“Most Aussies are awesome and I don’t think that would happen now. I’m talking about a time when the Gold Coast was not multi-cultural.”
Thankfully Peter, whose parents are both Greek, wasn't injured during the incident but still had to get therapy afterwards.
He is very proud of his Aussie roots, but is now living in the UK and has just bought a mansion with his wife Emily MacDonagh.
The stunning couple, who got married last year, have a daughter Amelia together and Emily is now pregnant for the second time.
Peter already has two children, Junior, 10, and Princess, nine, with his super famous ex-wife Katie Price.
His family are certainly expanding!