Who’s Peter Andre’s ‘mysterious girl’?

At the grand old age of 104, great-grandmother-of-three Ivy Bean proved she was no has-‘bean’ when she chatted up the pop star at his album signing today.

Ivy got in touch with her favourite read the Telegraph & Argus to fix her up with the hearthrob celebrity at Pudsey’s Asda store.

With the kind help of the Aussie star’s agents we managed to do just that.

Ivy – who arrived with her own entourage, carers Patricia Wright and Mariessa Davey from Hillside Manor Residential Home in Barkerend Road – got a private audience with Peter before he began signing.

Ivy, who is possibly the UK’s oldest Tweeter with 48,000 followers and is on Facebook, said she couldn’t wait to post her news.

And Peter said: “Someone told me on Twitter all about you. You’ve got 48,000 fans on that now and an extra one that’s me, I’m going to follow you. You’re so sweet, you’re awesome. It’s made my day meeting you.”

“And you’ve made my day,” replied Ivy who then asked him about his children.

“They couldn’t come with me today but when I come to Bradford on tour I’ll try and bring them to see you,” he said.

Hours before the singer arrived crowds started gathering, the first arrived just after 7am and by the time he arrived two hours late they were queuing towards New Pudsey Railway Station.

And the tanned star, looking every bit the idol dressed all in black with his sleak, spikey black hair, did not disappoint.

Peter Andre’s Revolution Tour comes to Bradford’s St George’s Hall on Wednesday, March 24 – and Ivy’s already booked her ticket.

Tickets are on sale from Bradford Theatres Box Office on (01274) 4320000.