Peter Andre has fans in hysterics with 90s throwback pic to when he was 21 years old

PETER Andre fans were left in stitches after shared a 90s throwback snap of himself when he was just 21-years-old.

The Mysterious Girl singer, 47, took to Instagram to share the snap with his 1.6 million followers.

In the snap a baby faced Pete can be seen rocking a bandana in his hair, an opened checkered shirt and a necklace hanging around his neck.

The star played American hip hop duo Kris Kross' 90s hit song Jump in the background, which stayed at one on the Billboard Hot 100 for eight consecutive weeks.

Chris "Mac Daddy" Kelly and Chris "Daddy Mac" Smith were the youngest artists to ever achieve gold and platinum albums, at just 12 and 13-years-old, and went on to get mentioned in the likes of Eminem, Dr Dre and 2Pac's songs.

He jokingly told his fans: "I was less Kris Kross and more Hot-cross bun…… but the 90s rocked. I was about 21 here. Good ole days #kriskross#jump."

Fans were left in stitches at Pete's comparison.

One wrote: "Hot cross bun 😂😂😂 well that tickled me 😂😂😂"

A second joked: "🤣 Everyone loves a hot cross bun though, Pete! 😉"

A third simply added: "🤣🤣🤣🤣"

Meanwhile others made sure that the dad-of-four knows how amazing he was back when he was a singer – and that he shouldn't put himself down.

One commented: "Don't underestimate what you gave the music industry Pete and many memories for us all. Thanku xx."

Another said: "Dont knock yourself you had a big following!"

A sixth added: "You were great then and your fab now! Like a fine wine …get better with age xx @peterandre lol xx."

His recent post comes after Pete and his son Junior sent fans wild as they sung to Blackstreet’s No Diggity.

The 15-year-old certainly gave his dad a run for his money as he showcased his impressive vocals.

Pete captioned the video: "I like the way you work it 😘. J and I having a laugh."

It drew plaudits from his following, with one complimenting: "junior has a really good voice!"

Another said: "Wow what a duo! J can certainly sing."



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