’90s chart rivals Peter Andre and TELETUBBIES are back in music, The Sun can reveal.
Mysterious Girl singer manages children’s favorites as they release two singles and an album ahead of their 25th birthdaye birthday next year.
Teletubbies Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po star in two bright and happy videos for the Ready, Steady Go and Peekaboo tracks released TODAY.
The full 10-track album, named after the single Ready, Steady, Go, will pick up Coldplay’s ninth studio album, Music of the Spheres, on the official album charts when it releases on October 15.
An insider on the chart said, âEveryone loves a novelty record – so Coldplay better be careful.
âThe Teletubbies are a huge brand with a big fan base, so they might just tear up the form and leave Coldplay behind on the charts.
“It would be the perfect way to celebrate their 25th anniversary.”
Pete welcomed the group to his house and gave a pep talk that would give Simon Cowell – the Teletubbies run in the ’90s – a run for his money.
He said, “Look, it’s not going to happen overnight, but it’s going to happen. Because you’ve got a mentor, a slash manager, whatever you want to call me.”
If it’s good enough for Simon Cowell, it’s good enough for me! Let’s take them to number 1
He shared a video of the group’s reunion on Instagram and said, âIf it’s good enough for @simoncowell, it’s good enough for me. Let’s get them to number 1.
“By the way, Amelia and Theo finally think I’m the coolest daddy. They sure are right ð ð”
The star added to The Sun: âAfter almost 30 years in the business, I wanted to add another string to my bow with music management. If they’re good enough for Simon Cowell to believe in, then that’s enough. good for me !
âPlus who knows more than I do about making a comeback to the ’90s? The Teletubbies are my first signing, it also helps Emily and the kids be big fans.
âAll credit to the band, they had their free time, left their egos at the door and are doing everything they can to relive the glory of our 90s heyday.
âWe had a lot of fun and can’t wait for you to see our adventures over the next two weeks.
âColdplay, the battle is on! “
The Teletubbies single that faced off against the Spice Girls in 1997 sold 1.3 million copies, went double platinum, and remained in the top 75 for six months.
The track was defended by SIMON COWELL, which struck a Â£ 500,000 deal with the BBC to publish it.
He spent two weeks at the top of the charts but was bowled over by the girl group classic Too Much, despite strong support from bookmakers.
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