Peter Andre ignores questions about Rebekah Vardy’s ‘chipolata’ comments
Peter Andre has once again addressed the size of his manhood by being dragged into the Wagatha Christie court case when Rebekah Vardy compared him to a ‘chipolata’.
The singer, 49, was asked about the awkward moment during an appearance on Friday’s Loose Women episode, but Peter brushed off the comments.
He said he was fed up with Rebekah’s comment, first made 18 years ago, brought up “over and over” as he admitted everyone has said “bullshit”.
Controversy: Peter Andre has once again addressed when the size of his manhood was dragged into the Wagatha Christie court case when Rebekah Vardy compared him to a ‘chipolata’
Kaye Adams first raised the issue on the ITV panel show, telling Peter: ‘Peter Andre brushes off questions about Rebekah Vardy’s ‘chipolata’ comments. Sorry I have to mention this.
To which Peter replied, ‘Are you asking me to address the elephant in the room?’
Dispelling the tension, he then humorously added, ‘Wait, did I just say elephant? I think we should leave it right there actually.’
But he went on to admit that he’s tired of Rebekah’s comments being brought up, saying the Loose Women panel: ‘It’s not the fact that something was said, because we all say stupid things. It’s because it comes up again and again, at some point you say “OK”.
‘It becomes more than that. OK, we all say stupid things, everyone does. I’m sure I’ve said a lot of stupid things in my life.
Comments: Rebekah told the High Court in London that she regretted comparing Peter’s private member to a ‘chipollata’ in a 2004 kiss-and-tell newspaper interview.
Earlier this month, he took to Instagram to express his annoyance after the size of his manhood was dragged into Rebekah’s court case with Coleen Rooney.
Rebekah told the High Court in London that she regretted comparing Peter’s private member to a ‘chipollata’ in a 2004 kiss-and-tell newspaper interview.
He said he got to see the funny side of the reference to masculinity after the comments were referenced while Rebekah was testifying.
But the TV personality said that despite her positive stance, there would be outrage if a man had made a similar insult about a woman’s anatomy.
Ignoring it: Said he was fed up with the comment, first made 15 years ago, brought up “over and over” as he admitted everyone has said “stupid things”.
“I’ll laugh about that for a while, but think about how it would feel if it was the other way around, that’s all I’m saying,” he said in a video.
He captioned the footage: ‘Here I was this morning sitting in my robe feeling like I had to say something. Feel free to come to your own conclusion.
‘Just a couple of things first. I feel sorry for Emily and the children who have had to see and hear some not very nice things…
‘You all know I like to beat the shit out of myself, but maybe I felt a little vulnerable this morning. Love from a Greek British Australian.
Reaction: Earlier this month, he took to Instagram to express his annoyance after the size of his manhood was dragged into the Wagatha Christie court case.
In the video itself, he said: ‘Hello everyone. Since I haven’t had much to say on this, and just let everyone laugh and whatever, whatever, I’m just going to turn it off.
’15 years this has been going on and I stayed quiet and didn’t say anything, and let everyone laugh and let everyone say what they wanted to say.
‘Okay, yeah, now, [Vardy] she went to court and admitted that the story was made up, and she did so because her ex-husband forced her to.
“Okay, but put all that aside and think how it feels that if a man, or if I had said this, about her anatomy, or a man said something about a woman’s anatomy, and made something up, what yeah, I don’t know. I don’t know, you can use your imagination to say something very unflattering.
‘There would be outrage, there would be outright outrage. But as has been said of me, he’s been the butt of all the jokes, I’ve taken him for 15 years. [sic].
He continued: ‘You know some of you are going to say, ‘oh, get over it, don’t say anything.’ You have to understand, what’s even worse is that it’s brought up in Superior Court, and the lawyer brings it up…and he brings it up again. And the only one who sits there and takes hit after hit about it is me.
“And I’ll laugh about that for a while, but think about how it would feel if it was the other way around, that’s all I’m saying.”
‘Okay, yeah, I think we all know it’s just a made up story now, okay, okay, okay. But it’s a bit more serious than that.
And I think it’s not fair that something like this can happen over and over again and we talk about all kinds of things, about mental health, about being nice and about all that kind of stuff, and nothing seems to change. So you know, there you go.
Funny: Said he got to see the funny side of the reference to masculinity after comments were made during Rebekah and Coleen Rooney’s court case.
Fury: The TV personality took to Instagram to say that despite her positive stance, there would be outrage if a man had made a similar insult about a woman’s anatomy
And in quotes unearthed, Peter insisted his manhood measures a full eight inches, in fact, the same as his Sky+ remote.
Talking to OK! magazine in 2007, while still married to Katie Price, who once referred to her as an ‘acorn’, said: ‘I’m proud of her! She is the size of the Sky remote, I have measured it.
It comes after Rebekah told the High Court in London that she regretted comparing Peter’s private member to a ‘chipolata’ in 2004.
Jamie Vardy’s wife said her ex-husband had “forced” her to take part in the 2004 News Of The World article.
Rebekah was being questioned by Ms Rooney’s lawyer, David Sherborne, when he asked her if she respected people’s privacy, to which she replied: “Yes, I do.”
Evidence: Rebekah said in court that she regretted comparing Peter’s private member to a ‘chipolato’ and said she had been ‘forced’ to participate in the 2004 News Of The World article.
He then asked her questions about an interview she gave to News Of The World about her alleged sexual encounter with singer Peter Andre.
Sherborne showed what looked like an A3 printout of the article to Rebekah on the witness stand before reading the headline: “Peter is hung like a little chipolata, shaved, slimy, lasts five minutes.”
The attorney read excerpts from the article, in which it was stated that Andre had achieved “only five minutes of sex with Rebekah” and in which she said that he had “the smallest outfit of pants I have ever seen” which was like a “miniature chipolata”. ‘.
Sherborne suggested to Rebekah that the News Of The World was the “highest-circulation newspaper at the time,” read by some four million people, and asked if it was “respectful” of Peter’s “right not to share this information.” .
She replied: ‘My ex-husband made me do this in one situation. It’s something I deeply regret… It’s not nice to read and I understand why it’s used and to me this is smear and Rooney’s team also threatened to smear him.’
But in an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday, Rebekah’s ex-husband, Steve Clarke, denied that he he ‘forced’ her to do the interview about Peter.
He claimed The decision to tell the tabloid all about it was Rebekah’s alone after she saw a call in the newspaper for stories about contestants on an upcoming series of ITV’s I’m A Celebrity.
“Becky was like, ‘Oh look, I should tell you guys about Peter Andre,'” he said. ‘I asked her why she would want to do that and she said it would be some money for her and it would be fun. I told her that she should do what she wants.
Comments: In court, the attorney read excerpts from the article, which stated that Andre had “just five minutes of sex with Rebekah.”