Jennifer Zamparelli: ‘Should I be cancelled because of what I’ve done in my past? No.’

Tonight is the finale of the fifth series of Dancing with the Stars (DWTS), RTÉ’s flagship show with Cuban heels and all the feels. “I’m gonna fall down the stairs, finally,” quips Jennifer Zamparelli, diverting a question about what audiences can expect. The top of every show sees her descending an imperial staircase, in high heels, opposite her co-presenter, Nicky Byrne.

She has “no idea” who is going to win the glitterball trophy. Not when judges’ least favourites like Aslan guitarist Billy McGuinness outlasted decent dancers like Ronan Keating’s daughter Missy. Not when being at the top of the leaderboard is no immunity to facing the dreaded dance-off, as singer Erica Cody and rugby player Jordan Conroy both discovered. Jockey Nina Carberry has been a stand-out contestant. Paralympic swimmer Ellen Keane has brought her gold-winning determination to the dance floor. Love Island hunk Matthew MacNabb saw off contestants who could actually move in time to music.

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