- James slams ‘selfish’ dancers who refuse to jab, insists owners publicly reveal their identities
- It comes amid reports that BBC owners are trying to save the series after celebrities were furious to learn that three professionals were not vaccinated.
- Sources claim a fiery star told friends: ‘We should have been protected,’ after learning that his professional partner hasn’t got the jab
- It was reported on Monday that a third professional dancer had refused the Covid vaccine, despite being paired with a celebrity.
- The dancers are not required to tell the BBC owners if they have been vaccinated, as this is a private medical matter.
- Check out the latest Strictly Come Dancing 2021 news here on the 30 judges, dancers and contestants of the series
James Jordan has claimed that Strictly Come Dancing professionals who refuse the Kovid vaccine should be removed from the show.
The dancer, herself a professional on the show from 2006 to 2013, slammed the ‘selfish’ dancers who are ‘risking the whole show’ and called on BBC owners to publicly name them.
It comes amid reports that the bosses are battling to save the 2021 series, after celebrities were furious to learn that three professionals had refused the vaccine, including one already being cast as a star. was joined together.
Explosive: James Jordan has claimed that Strictly Come Dancing stars who refuse the COVID vaccine should be removed from the show, as he called on BBC owners to name professionals.
talking to SunJames said: ‘If someone on this show gets this virus and their immune system is really low and they die, it could have been prevented.
‘The BBC is publicly funded by taxpayers. More than 44 million people in this country have been double vaccinated, so the BBC has a moral obligation to the nation to say to these dancers, “I’m really sorry, unless you’re double vaccinated, you don’t get your vaccine.” Can’t get vaccinated. Strictly position”.
‘I don’t think he should dance and put the entire cast of Strictly in danger.’
James said BBC bosses should have asked this year’s dancers if they have been vaccinated against Covid, and if not, they should not be allowed to participate in the show.
Comments: The dancer, herself a professional on the show from 2006 to 2013, slammed the ‘selfish’ dancers who are ‘risking the whole show’
Drama: This comes amid reports that Boss is struggling to save the 2021 series after celebrities were furious to learn that three professionals were denied a coronavirus vaccine
It comes after reports that BBC bosses were struggling to save Strictly and a furious star told friends: ‘We should have been safe,’ after learning that his professional partner hasn’t got the jab.
a source told Sun The celebrity had previously been unaware that their professional partner had not been captured, and has been stunned by the failure of BBC owners to secure their safety despite stringent COVID measures.
He said: ‘He could not believe that his partner would not be able to jab.
‘He thought that he would be protected so that his companion would know that there was no response, so it is very worrying.
‘The couple has already spent tens of hours practicing together. Obviously, there is a lot of anger and a lot of questions to be asked.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Strictly Come Dancing for comment.
Drama: Sources claim a star has told friends: ‘We should have been protected,’ after learning his professional partner hasn’t got the jab
Following reports that a third professional dancer had refused the vaccine, former Strictly star James Jordan called for her to be kicked out of the show.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain with former pro Christina Rihanoff, James said: ‘I usually guard professional dancers until the cows come home but on this special occasion I unfortunately can’t.
“I definitely believe that they don’t deserve their right on the show and that celebrities have every right to refuse to dance with them.”
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