Peter Andre shows off his tattooed neck and scarred face for role in new movie On The Other Foot
PETER Andre showed off a Mysterious Twirl on his neck and a scarred face as he posed on the set of new movie On The Other Foot.
The pop star, 47, was seen with director Fredi Nwaka looking much more terrifying than he usually does.
The Mysterious Girl singer revealed his new look on Instagram, writing: “On set with Fredi Nwaka. Film coming next year 🙂 ? ?.”
Some followers were shocked by the large wound on his cheek and tribal-style tattoo snaking around his neck, but they need not have worried as it was all make-up.
It's unknown what character Pete plays in new flick which has been described as a "feature film highlighting cultural differences in a comedic way".
The father-of-four shared also teased that the film will be released next year.
Fans have been intrigued by Peter's tattoo after he showed it off last week.
He told his followers at the time he was "getting ready for something special" as he posed in a white shirt for a selfie on Instagram.
The star left a few buttons on his shirt undone, exposing his neck and a large inking.
Fans immediately spotted the new feature on Pete's body, with one asking: "What’s on your neck?"
Another wrote: "Is that a new tattoo on your neck? Looking very dapper Pete."
Peter also shared a snap of his inking when he posed alongside actor Lee Charles.
He wrote on the picture: "Mate, you're the Butcher in Gangs of London.
"Glad you like me or I'd be s****ing myself."
The inking drew more attention when Pete and wife Emily appeared on Loose Women last month.
When asked by host Ruth Langsford about it, he said: "So this is not mine and the beard is even fuller because I can't really grow it properly.
“I'm on set for a film so I was there this morning, I've come here and I'm going back to do it this afternoon.
"It's semi-permanent. I had [fake] scars, I had to take them off. I like the tattoo."
Peter does have multiple real tattoos on his arms but said back in 2018 that he wouldn't be adding to his collection as Emily is not a fan.
Earlier this year he admitted in his new! column that he is "trying to adapt" with the times and branch out in his career.
He shared: "I'm trying to adapt in terms of performing and moving with the times.
"I've finally been granted an American working visa, which means as soon as the travel restrictions is relaxed I can start going for auditions in the States again."
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