Peter Andre became a barman on a recent night out in Dublin after he got behind the bar and started serving customers.
Peter Andre became a barman on a recent night out in Dublin.
The 'Behind Closed Doors' singer was in the Irish capital to appear on a talk show and after filming her went to a local pub, where he got behind the bar and started serving customers.
He recalled: ''I went out in Dublin until 3am after filming 'The Saturday Night Show' over there. It was honestly the funniest night ever. We went to a pub called Paddy Cullen's and I bought a round for about 20 people. I even got behind the bar at one point to serve people. Then they had a live musician and, when he started singing 'Blue Suede Shoes', I got up and joined in. To all the lovely people I met in Paddy Cullen's, I just want to say 'McSweeney Rave.' They'll know what I mean!''
The night before Peter - who has two children, Junior, six, and four-year-old Princess Tiaamii, with ex-wife Katie Price, as well as helping raise her nine-year-old son Harvey from a previous relationship - went to the Sugar Hut in Essex where he narrowly missed bumping into Pamela Anderson.
Writing in his column for new! magazine, Peter said: ''I went to Sugar Hut in Essex to support my brother Mikey who was DJing there. I got there after midnight as I'd been
filming 'Lemonaid' with Keith Lemon, but I still had time for a few drinks. It's absolutely crazy in the place, I love it. Apparently, I just missed Pamela Anderson as she'd just left but I wasn't too bothered.''