Junior Andre would 100% do a reality show – but when hes a established artist

Junior Andre has said that he will "100%" do a reality show in the future but he wants to become an established star first as his first single hits number one in the charts.

The 18 year old who is the son of I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here legends Peter Andre and Katie Price has spoken out about following in his parent's footsteps in the future in a new interview.

Speaking in The Sun's The Biz, Junior said: "I would 100% in the future, do reality shows if it was right for me."

He went on to explain that he feels like he needs to work hard before that happens, so he is known in his own right when appearing on the shows.

Junior explained: "I don't want people to say, 'He's not even anyone yet.'

"Not that it matters, but if I'm a proper established artist, then I would not be opposed to it. I'm only just starting out."

Junior has also explained that he and his sister Princess were the firstborn children to come from a jungle-formed couple.

Also in the interview, Junior explained that he signed up for a theatre course at a performing arts college at the age of 16, but after doing the course for a year, he managed to land his record deal.

Despite that, he still managed to get his diploma before leaving, and he confirmed that everyone was "happy" for him.

It appears that Junior's decision to take the record deal is paying off as his first single, Only One, hit the top spot on the iTunes chart just hours after it was dropped on Friday, 15 September.

After the song hit number one, Junior took to his Instagram to thank his fans for their support with the new single.

He said: "Honestly, I am absolutely buzzing. I've hit number one on iTunes, thanks to all you lovely people at home streaming my song. I can't put it into words how thankful I am, how happy I am, how proud of myself I am, and how ecstatic I am.

"This is just the start, more music is coming your way, I'm telling you now. Look out, watch this space.

"I can't thank you all enough, you have my heart. Thank you guys."

Friday also marked another first for Junior as he appeared on Loose Women alone for the first time to mark the song's release.

During the interview, he explained: "I've got about 150 songs that I've recorded, but in the creative process, you have to make so many songs. You might record 20 songs, and one of them might be good enough to release, I've just been working so hard."

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