In his first live performance in three years, Peter Kay teases a return to television with the song “Never Know.”


In his first live performance in three years, Peter Kay teases a return to television with the song “Never Know.”

During his first public appearance in over three years, PETER KAY teased his return to television.

Since 2018, when he did a charity screening of Car Share with Sian Gibson, the comedian hasn’t done any shows or made any public appearances. Due to “unforeseen family problems,” the 49-year-old was forced to cancel his tour in 2017. Despite having a break from the spotlight, Peter’s supporters were overjoyed to see him perform again in Manchester yesterday. The comedian teased his comeback to television by revealing to fans that he and Paddy McGuinness have collaborated on two Christmas specials for Channel 4 comedy Max and Paddy.

On Saturday, the comedian took part in two live Q&As at Manchester’s Apollo, all in the name of charity.

The Doing it for Laura shows are being held to raise money for Laura Nuttall, a 20-year-old woman who is battling glioblastoma multiforme, an aggressive form of brain cancer.

Peter’s supporters were definitely overjoyed to see him again, as he received a standing ovation during his set.

Peter remarked to the Manchester Evening News, “I’ve never had a standing ovation when I came on in my life.”

“I’m going to be gone for another four years.”

“I was a little nervous this morning when I arrived here,” Peter admitted as he began the matinée performance.

“I was thinking to myself, ‘Oh my God,’ yet it’s so good to be doing this.”

He went on to say, “It’s like going into a hot bath.”

He also answered questions from the crowd that had been submitted before to the performance.

Peter hinted when asked if the TV show Max and Paddy might return, saying, “I liked doing Max and Paddy.” It was one of the most enjoyable filming experiences we’ve ever had, and we had a great time.

“We wrote two Christmas specials and never produced them, so you never know.”

When asked if people shouted “garlic bread” at him after his famous stand-up routine, Peter replied, “I can’t purchase it at the grocery because I’m too embarrassed.”

Fans were overjoyed to see the comic return to the stage, with many going to social media to express their delight.

“It’s great to see him back,” one fan wrote on Twitter.

“Loved seeing #peterkay.”Brinkwire Summary News,” wrote another.


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