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23:09 | 25th April 2017

Entertainment News: News

Wed 18 Aug, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


I only said phwoar until I was told they were blokes

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Peter Andre has been victim of a gay hoax on an ITV show when playing a game choosing the best legs and actually chose mans pair of pins over a woman’s.

Appearing on the guessing game Odd One In show the Insania singer was asked to take part in a game called ‘Mysterious Girl’, where he was faced with four apparent girls disguised and only disclosing their legs.

The Aussie singer was asked to choose his favourite set of luscious legs from the line up, but much to his surprise the singer had actually chosen a pair that belonged to a man in drag after removed his disguise.

Team mate Jason Manford.

29, expressed that the star was automatically attacted to number 3 before host Bradley Walsh, 50, revealed that three were in fact men.

Pete then said: “I only said phwoar until I was told they were blokes.”

Watch the show this Saturday on ITV1 at 6.45pm.

 

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