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Peter Andre heartbroken as vile trolls target him to spread racism and homophobia about his Grease castmates

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PETER Andre has stood up for his cast mates after they were the targets of homophobic and racist trolling. The Mysterious Girl hitmaker, 49, slammed the bigoted trolls saying they were 'not welcome in his or his family's life.' He shared a statement by Dominion Theatre in London which stood up for it cast.

The statement read: "The producers of the new production of Grease at the Dominion Theatre are extremely proud of the diversity of our cast. "The individuals making such comments are not welcome at the Dominion Theatre and the producers stand with our cast against racism and all forms of prejudice." Pete who plays Vince Fontaine in Grease on the West End added his own two cents. "It baffles me that we still live in a world like this.

I had some ignorant person on my twitter blurting out racism and homophobia," he wrote. "I wanted to say so much back but you can’t always change a narrow minded persons ways.

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