VIEWERS of Channel 4’s new legal drama Vardy vs. Rooney have one star left: Peter Andre.
The pop singer found himself in the spotlight last night as his manhood became a hot topic of conversation once again as scenes from the recent lawsuit were re-enacted.
The 49-year-old star became the subject of a “kiss and tell” story in which Becky said he “hung himself like a little chipolata.”
During the trial, Colin’s lawyers used a 2004 News of the World interview to “prove that Becky is a serial leaker”.
And that moment was played out again in the drama, with Chanel Cresswell as Colin and Natalia Tena as Rebecca.
Those who watched at home felt very sorry for Pete and discussed it on Twitter.
One person commented, “Poor old Peter Andre #Cipolata.”
The second added: “Poor Peter Andre – masculinity is back in the spotlight… #VardyvRooney.”
“Wow, poor Peter Andre,” said a third.
During the trial, explosive legal documents filed in the High Court revealed that Colin’s lawyers accused Rebecca of leaking personal stories about other celebrities.
The files include details of Rebecca’s 2004 Sunday newspaper interview, where she spoke about her passionate night with the star.
Rebecca admitted that it was one of her “biggest regrets” when she made that announcement.
She also claimed that her ex-husband forced her to slam Peter’s penis.
Pete then lashed out at WAG on Instagram after her remarks about his masculinity surfaced.
He said he’s been getting “hit after hit” for 15 years in an Instagram post on Thursday.
He added: “If a man said that about her anatomy and made something up, you can use your imagination to say something very unflattering, that would be an absolute outrage.
“But since it was about me, it was the butt of all the jokes, I put up with it for 15 years.”
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