The first celebrity will be dropped from Dancing With The Stars tonight in its third week.
In the past weeks, celebrities who have introduced themselves to Nina Carberry and Jordan Conroy have revealed themselves with a chance to win a Glitterball.
Last week, Erica Cody broke the record when she got the highest score from the judges in the first dance of the competition.
The contestants’ scores from the judges and public votes from their first dance will be added to tonight’s vote.
Organization Jennifer Zamparelli will be missing this week when she tested positive for Covid.
Following in her footsteps will be last year’s winner Lottie Ryan, who will present alongside Westlife’s Nicky Byrne.
Yesterday, the Irish Sun revealed that DWTS celebrities will disqualified if they miss two Sundays after being danced by Covid.
As Ireland relaxes Covid restrictions, stars on RTE . dance show have been told that there will be no mercy if they socialize, break the rules and catch the Coronavirus.
Rugby star Jordan Conroy, who had Covid last November, admits his biggest fear is catching it again and having to leave Dancing With The Stars.
He told the Irish Sun: “It would be a terrible way to get out of the show. That is the terrible fear we all have.
“Right now if you get sick and miss two shows, you’re automatically disqualified.”
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Love Islander Matthew McNabb and professional Laura Nolan joined Ed Sheeran’s Graffiti Overpass painting.
The couple caused memories with the judges.
“You have to fake it and keep pumping. That’s all that’s missing there,” Loraine said.
Arthur added: “With legs like yours, you could travel to the moon and back, but I don’t see that. If you’re here next week, I know you can do better.”
“It just needs to be a little bit more punctual,” says Brian. “You really need to be there.”
However, presenter Lottie Ryan slammed the judges for being “extremely harsh”.
They only scored a total of 11 points.
Nicholas Roche and Karen Byrne perform Damien Rice’s Viennese Waltz to Unplayed Piano.
“It’s a pretty solid improvement,” says Brian.
Loraine added: “That’s the mass I’m talking about. You need to expand your body. I really believe you can do it.
Arthur said: “I know you have it in you. You’re still a bit rigid sometimes. But you impressed me with this.”
The pair scored 16 points.
“I’m happy with that,” Nicholas said.
Missy Keating and her partner Ervinas Merfeldas will next perform a Samba.
Sean Pail ft Sia’s quick-to-dynamite dance.
Judge Arthur said: “They put us on a plane to Rio de Janeiro tonight.”
Brian added: “I must say not far. Your technique is good enough, just believe in it and try.”
The pair scored a total of 21 points.
Author Cathy Kelly performed a Tango for Blondie’s Call Me with her professional Maurizio Benenato.
She looks gorgeous in a purple dress.
Arthur said: “You made me see La Vie En Rose. You have a passion and I’m not talking about writing. You dance beautifully.”
Brian added: “It was but didn’t quite make my day.”
The judges harshly gave the couple a total of 15
Fans back home also loved Neil’s performance of I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ Neil by The Baseballs.
Denise said: “I think @neildelamere has become a strong candidate! That looks very interesting. #DWTSIRL.”
Judge Brian Redmond said: “It’s very funny without being over-the-top. You can dance.”
Taking on the role of the farm-themed Charleston, Neil Delamere impressed the judges.
The comedian lobbied for dungarees and managed a wheeled trolley.
He and professional partner Kylee Vincent even recommend a prop.
The pair won 22 points.
It was followed by Aengus MacGrianna with partner Emily Barker and they joined a Waltz.
They danced to Seal’s If You Don’t Know Me By Now.
However, the judges wanted more form for readers tonight’s news with Brian calling out his form.
They only got 11 points and that was no good before the first elimination.
The first is Ellen Keane and professional partner Stephen Vincent.
The pair smashed a Cha-cha to Get Out of my Head by Shane Codd.
The pair won 21 points from the judges.
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