Peter Andre, Gary Barlow And Louis Tomlinson Shortlisted For Celebrity Dad Of The Year 2016

There's a few surprises in there.

New dad Louis Tomlinson and former winner Peter Andre are on the shortlist for the title of Celebrity Dad of the Year 2016.

Gary Barlow, who has also previously won the award, and Bear Grylls will also be fighting for the title.

Tom Fletcher, whose wife Giovanna Fletcher was crowned Celebrity Mum of the Year 2016, is in the running for the second year in a row. put open nominations on their website giving the public the chance to vote for who they wanted on the shortlist.

The 10 celebrity dads with the most votes has now been revealed. In no particular order they are:.

Peter Andre

Andre is dad to Junior, 10, and Princess, eight, with ex-wife Katie Price. He also has a two-year-old daughter called Amelia with his current wife Emily MacDonagh.

Gary Barlow

The 2015 winner has three children: Daniel, 16, Emily, 14, and Daisy, seven, with his wife Dawn Andrews.

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Benedict Cumberbatch

Cumberbatch is dad to 11-month-old Christopher with his wife Sophie Hunter.

Jason Donovan

The Australian actor, most known for his role in 'Neighbours', is dad to Jemma, 15, Zach, 14 and Molly, five, with his wife Angela.

Tom Fletcher

Fletcher is dad to two-year-old Buzz with his wife Giovanna Fletcher. The couple welcomed their second child, Buddy, in February 2016.

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Chris Evans

The new 'Top Gear' presenter has three children: Noah, seven, and Eli, three, with his partner Natasha Shishmanian, and Jade, 30, with former partner Alison Ward.

Bear Grylls

Grylls is dad to Jesse, 13, Marmaduke, 10, and Huckleberry, seven, with wife Shara Grylls.

Louis Tomlinson

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Elliott Wright

The former TOWIE star is dad to Elliott Jr, nine, and Olivia, six.

Jamie Vardy

Footballer Vardy is dad to one-year-old Sofia with partner Rebekah Nicholson. said Peter Andre and the 2015 winner Gary Barlow are "clear favourites".

"However, Leicester City’s triumph in the Premier League has shown that the underdog can triumph, so it wouldn’t surprise me to see an outsider taking the crown this year," added Ross Matthews, chief marketing officer for

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