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Peter Andre puts on a confident display as he poses for with fans following performing in Grease

Peter Andre puts on a confident display as he poses for selfies with fans following performing in his hit West End show Grease The Musical

Peter Andre cut a casual figure as he left the Dominion Theatre on Thursday following performing in the West End show Grease The Musical. 

The singer, 49, seemed in high spirits as he walked to his car in a pair of black tracksuit bottoms and a fitted round neck T-shirt. 

The star rocked a pair of white trainers and hid his dark tresses under a white baseball cap. 

High spirits: Peter Andre cut a casual figure as he left the Dominion Theatre on Thursday following performing in the West End show Grease The Musical

Peter beamed for the cameras carrying a black jacket and his phone before getting into a car and taking selfies with fans. 

As he drove away he gave fans a big smile and wave before heading home for the night. 

The singer, who is currently starring as radio announcer Vince Fontaine in the musical, had his car broken into last week while he was performing on stage. 

Fans: Peter beamed for the cameras as he took selfies with fans from the passenger seat of a car

Fans: Peter beamed for the cameras as he took selfies with fans from the passenger seat of a car

Casual: The singer, 49, seemed in high spirits as he walked to his car after the show in a pair of black tracksuit bottoms and a fitted round neck T-shirt

Casual: The singer, 49, seemed in high spirits as he walked to his car after the show in a pair of black tracksuit bottoms and a fitted round neck T-shirt

Short of luck: The singer, who is currently starring as radio announcer Vince Fontaine in the musical, had his car broken into last week while he was performing on stage (pictured this month)

Short of luck: The singer, who is currently starring as radio announcer Vince Fontaine in the musical, had his car broken into last week while he was performing on stage (pictured this month)

He was forced to get a lift home in a friend’s Mini after the incident where a thief smashed the windows of his car stealing his belongings. 

Showing his fans the damage and shards of glass scattered in the vehicle on Instagram, the actor said: ‘So came out of the venue tonight at Grease and this is what happened. Someone has smashed it, got all the stuff – thankfully left my child seat there.’

Peter later revealed he had retrieved several items stolen from his car after a good Samaritan found them scattered across a street.

Smash and grab! Peter was pictured using a Mini last week after a thief smashed the windows of his own car, stealing his belongings, while he was on stage

Smash and grab! Peter was pictured using a Mini last week after a thief smashed the windows of his own car, stealing his belongings, while he was on stage

Theft: The star showed his fans the damage and shards of glass scattered in the vehicle

Theft: The star showed his fans the damage and shards of glass scattered in the vehicle

'I know things could be a lot worse': Peter expressed his sadness over the crime in an Instagram post

‘I know things could be a lot worse’: Peter expressed his sadness over the crime in an Instagram post 

Taking to Instagram, Peter filmed himself speaking with George – the man who found his belongings – who he said has restored his faith in people.

Speaking to the camera, he said: ‘My faith has been restored in humanity because this lovely gentleman here, what was your name sir?

‘George found some of my things scattered all over the floor. All of that down this street here. He got in touch with the contact numbers on there.

Shocking: Taking to Instagram, Peter filmed himself speaking with George - the man who later found his belongings - who he said has restored his faith in people

Shocking: Taking to Instagram, Peter filmed himself speaking with George – the man who later found his belongings – who he said has restored his faith in people

‘I’m so grateful, I’m so grateful. It just goes to show when some people do thing that are not very nice, you get some people in this world who are more than kind.’

The hitmaker added that he wanted to give George something as a proper thank you for his kind deed.

Alongside the clip, Peter wrote: ‘Please believe that people like George do exist in this world. Thank you thank you.

‘For all the bad in the world there is a lot of good. We have arranged to meet next week and thank him properly.’

Peter said: 'I¿m so grateful, I¿m so grateful. It just goes to show when some people do thing that are not very nice, you get some people in this world who are more than kind'

Peter said: ‘I’m so grateful, I’m so grateful. It just goes to show when some people do thing that are not very nice, you get some people in this world who are more than kind’

Peter wrote: 'Please believe that people like George do exist in this world. Thank you thank you'

Peter wrote: ‘Please believe that people like George do exist in this world. Thank you thank you’

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