JUNIOR Andre has praised his popstar dad Peter for guiding him through his music career.
The chart sensation, 17, has followed in his father Peter Andre's footsteps after he released his first single Slide last year, which became an instant hit with his fans.
Junior is on track to become the next big thing after signing a huge record deal last year.
The lad was humbled by the reaction from fans since he burst onto the scene.
Looking dapper in a suit at the star-studded John Wick 4 premiere with Keanu Reeves in at the Cineworld, Leicester Square on Monday night, Junior had nothing but praise for his dad.
He told The Sun: "I want to be just like him. That would be amazing. He's been really great."
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"I'm really enjoying myself, the videos have been fun to do. It's so nice of everyone saying they like it too, I appreciate it."
Meanwhile things are about to really take off for Katie Price's son after he landed a huge gig opportunity.
Junior will be performing at Camp Bestival in the summer.
Junior stormed to the top of the charts within hours of releasing his debut single in 2022.
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His upbeat track shot to the top of the UK iTunes charts.
Slide sold more than both Harry Styles and Lady Gaga, the other debut song on the charts, The King and I by Eminem, entered the charts at number 14.
He celebrated his success on Instagram by sharing a photo of the charts and thanked his fans.
Now, the youngster will take to the stage at the music festival held in the south of England.
Junior announced the news on Instagram with a promo photo and wrote: "I’m gonna be appearing at Bestival this summer. Can’t wait! Who’s coming?"
The Mysterious Girl singer, 50, was chuffed with the news and simply wrote: "Let's go," with a string of flame emojis.
Loads of fans were thrilled with the announcement and promised they'd be there to support him.
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