CELEBS on Dancing With The Stars will be disqualified if they miss two Sundays after being put off by Covid.
And the Irish Sun already knows that famous faces will be immediately kicked off if they contract the virus during the semi-finals and are unable to compete.
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.
“But once we get to the quarterfinals, if you miss a weekend, that’s it, you’re automatically dropped from the show.”
Hunk Jordan, 26 years old, who is currently second in the following rankings Erica Cody, very sure he will not leave his bubble.
He told us: “It is a serious matter. Aside from Erica, who was in my bubble, I had no contact with the other dancers beyond the night of the show.
“It’s a private life that we all lead but dancing is fun.”
Irish rugby cut ace Jordan, who is single, admitting his inbox exploded following his sexy topless salsa last Sunday.
He laughs: “If I were portrayed as a sex symbol it wouldn’t bother me.
“Eye candy is always nice to have. As a person, I have a certain sex appeal because I am big and muscular.
“I don’t mind showing a little bare skin. The heat is here and there and the less you wear, the more comfortable you feel. If I’m the one bringing the sex appeal to DWTS, I don’t mind.
“But I hope my Insta shows that I’m a funny madman, too.”
NO OPPORTUNITY FOR LOVE
However, while he is single and ready to mingle, Jordan rules out any romantic relationship with a professional partner. Salome Chachua, thirty first.
“I haven’t asked Salome yet, but I think she’s single,” he said.
“We would never get into a relationship because we were in it to win it. A relationship will get in the way. We wouldn’t be able to juggle that with the dance.
“We’re still getting to know each other weekly and building the chemistry so we can paint it on the floor.”
The sports star also admitted he has been busy only replying to messages from women since he started on the show.
“My inbox has exploded,” says Fit Jordan. You have a lot of women but it’s hard to know who is single and who is not. I’m trying to get back to everyone.”
Tomorrow night’s show will see its first mood swing in DWTS camp this week as celebrities know someone is on their way.
“With the first dance, we had four or five weeks to practice, but we had this week to rehearse the choreography,” says Jordan.
“The practice of couples is a lot of pressure. It was a time of crisis. “
While Jordan credits partner Salome’s experience with doing seven seasons of DWTS in her hometown of Georgia, he admits it will be tough to get to the 22 they scored on Sunday’s show Sunday last week.
He told us: “Now people are going to expect that score every week, so that’s a high standard to uphold.” Jordan and Salome will dance to Jake Bugg’s Lightning Bolt.
- DANCING With The Stars airs at 6:30 p.m. on RTE One tomorrow night.
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