Peter Andre reportedly forced to cancel homecoming tour

Reports say it's been axed due to 'low ticket sales'

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He was set for a tour performing his greatest hits across New Zealand and Australia later this year.

However, reports are claiming that Peter Andre has being forced to cancel the event due to ‘low ticket sales’.

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Australian newspaper The Daily Telegraph has reported that sales for the star’s homecoming tour are falling far short of organisers’ expectations.

Pete’s ‘Greatest Hits’ tour of New Zealand and Australia has reportedly been cancelled (Credit: Rowen Lawrence /

However, Pete’s camp has hit back suggesting nothing could be further than the truth.

A spokesperson told The Mirror: “Pete’s tour has been postponed until 2018 due to filming commitments being behind schedule in the UK.”

Pete’s commitments are to do with his hosting duties on 60 Minute Makeover.

The Mysterious Girl singer was supposed to be performing seven dates in November, kicking off in Auckland and finishing in Perth.

Pete shared a video of his ‘packed out’ audience on Instagram. (Credit: Instagram)

Over here in the UK, it seems that Pete’s having no bother selling out tours.

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He took to his Instagram to share a video of the crowd at his Evening With Peter Andre tour.

The caption read: “What a wonderful packed out reception tonight for ‘An Evening With Me’.

“Thanks ever so much.

“Tomorrow night Manchester, come down and say Hi.”

If the ticket sales reports are true, at least Pete’s still got a lot of love in his adopted home country.

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