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A confused Peter Andre has posted a screenshot from an online biography which claims he also goes by a completely different name.
The chart-topper, who's hit the top spot in the UK three times, was left shrugging his shoulders when he stumbled across a site bearing his personal info and discovered that he has a hitherto unknown alias.
And the 49-year-old, who was actually born Peter Andrea, couldn't help sharing the info with his fans on Instagram.
It stated that the singer also goes by the monicker "Peter Mirigliani", a detail which he then circled in marker pen and wrote above it: "Erm…am I?"
The father-of-four, famed for number one hits such as Flava, I Feel You and – his biggest success – Mysterious Girl, seemed genuinely bemused by the claim.
The unnamed site got the rest of his personal details correct, however, stating that he'd actually been born in England – Harrow to be precise, in 1973.
It also added that he'd gone to school in Queensland on the Australian Gold Coast.
This was also true, as Andre's family – which are of Greek Cypriot descent – emigrated Down Under when he was just six.
That he first shot to fame on the Aussie talent show New Faces was also correctly listed.
Andre now lives in the UK and has done for some time. He is married to wife Emily, with whom he shares kids Amelia and Theo.
He is also a dad to Junior and Princess from his relationship with glamour model Katie Price, the two having first met on the set of I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2004.
And the star recently flew back to Australia to see his relatives, the family having been kept apart for the last two years or more by Covid travel restrictions.
Indeed, he recently made reference to his mother's "declining" health in one of his New! magazine columns.
"The only thing that worries me about turning another year older is that my parents are getting older and my mum's health is really declining, which makes me sad," he wrote.
In an interview on an episode of Good Morning Britain last month Andre also made reference to the current situation in war-torn Ukraine.
He said he understood how hard it must be for families all over the world who are torn apart from one another.
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