Peter Andre: "I have an annual Botox jab to stop my lines from getting too deep"

'I have an annual Botox jab to stop my lines from getting too deep': Under the microscope with Peter Andre /12/31/article-2255483-16AC5117000005DC-221_233x370.jpg” width=”233″ height=”370″ alt=”'I do a lot of dancing, so I feel like I'm turning 30, not 40,' said Peter Andre” class=”blkBorder” /> 'I do a lot of dancing, so I feel like I'm turning 30, not 40,' said Peter Andre HOW FIT ARE YOU I do a lot of dancing, so I feel like I’m turning 30, not 40.

Woman discovers ex-boyfriend living in her attic a YEAR after he did some DIY at her home

Woman discovers ex-boyfriend living in her attic 12 YEARS after they broke upEx-boyfriend had recently been released from prisonThere were cups containing feces and urine all over the atticHe was spying on Tracy through an air vent in her ceilingIs still on the loose

Teenager, 19, battered dog with hammer 20 times and stabbed it through chest before leaving home to sign on at the JobCentre

Teenager, 19, battered dog with hammer 20 times and stabbed it through chest before leaving home to sign on at the JobCentreSean Deakin had only owned the dog for a few daysStaffordshire bull terrier Tyson took eight hours to dieDeakin offered the court no explanation for the abuse

Man shot in the head with an airgun will cycle length of Britain – despite concerns pellet could move deeper in his brain

Man shot in the head with an airgun will cycle length of Britain – despite concerns pellet could move deeper in his brain Cyclist raising money for stillbirth charity after his girlfriend suffered three miscarriages | UPDATED: 10:32 GMT, 24 April 2012 A man who has had an airgun pellet lodged in his brain for 18 years will cycle the length of Britain for charity – despite fears it could move deeper.

Chris Birch: Rugby player who "woke up gay" after stroke says he"s happiest he"s ever been

I wouldn't change back: Rugby player who 'woke up gay' after stroke and now has fiance says he’s the happiest he’s ever been 'It was weird, you walk into somewhere and you go from liking that girl to liking that boy'Chris is trying to rebuild his relationship with his mother who has struggled with his personality changeChris' boyfriend believes Chris had always been gay but hadn't realised | UPDATED: 14:59 GMT, 17 April 2012 When 19-stone rugby player Chris Birch suffered a stroke during a freak accident, his life was transformed – but not in a way that anyone could have predicted.

“He’s robbed me of one of the most precious things in life”: Tears of mother blinded by boyfriend who GOUGED her eyes out

“I will never see my kids” faces again”: Tears of mother blinded by boyfriend who GOUGED both of her eyes outTina Nash was subjected to “sickening” 12-hour assault while her two children were in homeShe was also left with a broken nose and jaw in an attack described as “the most harrowing” police had seen

Giving birth: Father delivers baby into his jumper in hospital car park

Nice catch! First-time father delivers son into his jumper in hospital car park Policeman says: 'We thought they were having a domestic – then we realised she was having a baby' A father delivered his baby son into his jumper in a wet car park – 10 minutes after midwives told his heavily pregnant girlfriend she wasn't ready to give birth. Today Martin Dunsford, 37, praised the four policeman who happened to be within shouting distance and dashed to help his partner Toni Pankhurst, 33. Phoenix arrived safely, weighing 5lbs 15oz, on the ground of a wet car park at Queen Elizabeth Hospital car park in Woolwich, south London.