He revealed that playing the national football stadium was one of his remaining career dreams.
"I'll do Wembley Stadium one day," Andre said. "I think I can do it in the next two years and then I'll hang my hat up."
Andre described selling out London's O2 Arena as a career highlight, adding: "It looks like I've done it again for December.
"People ask why I don't just concentrate on TV but if I'm selling out arenas, why would I? If I was selling 200 tickets I'd consider giving up but I'm still selling 14,000 tickets."
Of what he would have done differently in music, Andre said: "I'd never have released 'Insania'. It lost me all credibility in music.
"I should have fought more for my rights to release what I wanted. 'Mysterious Girl', as cheesy as it is, was a big hit and I'm very grateful."
When it was noted that 'Insania' relaunched his career, he added: "It did but not in a credible way.
"It meant I could tour again but you still want some credibility in music. I'm a writer. I'm writing for other people at the moment but I'm not allowed to say who.
"I've written for 25 years. So when the record companies have released the things I haven't wanted to release, I've been disappointed. But it's all part of the learning process."