IBIZA Weekender’s sacked star Jordan Davies has begged ITV bosses to let him back on the show saying “I’m desperate”.
The Welsh lad, 29, had appeared on the show for seven series – but after breaking rules one too many times, he was given his marching orders from head rep David in 2018.
Jordan Davies is ‘desperate’ to return to Ibiza Weekender for one final seriesCredit: Handout
The reality star – who launched his new single Undercover today- returned to the hit show in 2019 and now keen to appear on one final series.
Speaking about his return to Ibiza Weekender, he said: “If they ask me to go back, then I would do one final one – I am 29 now, it’s the final year of my twenties.
“If they ask me back , I would do one final blowout.”
“With Covid we missed out on a year, I think to give that one big final send off to the fans would just be amazing.”
The Welsh lad wants to squeeze in more series before he turns 30Credit: instagram
The TV star has spent the last year working on his music amid the pandemic, but admitted that he “can’t keep away” from the ITV2 party show.
He said: “If I did get asked to go back, I would definitely do it, a million per cent.
“I can’t keep away, they can’t keep me away, they always want me there. I’m desperate to go back.”
Speaking about when he was sacked in 2018, the DJ said: “When I did get sacked, the fans kicked up a huge fuss, which is probably why they said ‘we need Jordan back’.
The telly favourite was sacked in 2018 but rehired a year laterCredit: ITV2
“It made me feel loved. If I do the jungle [I’m a Celebrity] I’ve completed reality TV.”
Jordan, who is set to appear on the new series of Celebrity Karaoke Club, has also teased that he could be a potential winner.
He said: “I did alright, at one point I was basically crying at how well I did let’s put it that way.
“I’m not going to lie, I got a bit emotional. I had a very very big special act come out.
Jordan teased that he may have won Celebrity Karaoke ClubCredit: Jay Firth
“I was also crying at that, I picked a song and they came out. All I will say is a very big boyband.
“I’m not the best singer, I’m going to warn you, get your ear plugs ready because I’ve got a horrible voice.
“But for me karaoke is all about song choice, if you pick the right song you’ll be alright.
“It’s about the performance, I’m a bit mad, I have too much energy. I do a good performance if you put it on mute.”
Jordan said X Factor’s Amelia Lily was his biggest competition on the showCredit: Splash News
The star also revealed that his biggest threat was X Factor’s Amelia Lily and presenter AJ Odudu.
Jordan added: “My biggest completion is Lily Amelia, she has an incredible voice but she is also a great performer, she’ a double threat, where I am just a good performer but a terrible voice.
“I would probably say AJ surprised me, she is a very confident lady. I thought she’d be like me – but she was a great singer.”
Jordan also opened up about his love life and said that his “playboy days” are behind him.
Jordan said his playboy days are behind himCredit: instagram/@jordanweekender
He revealed that girlfriend Isobel Mills is “the one” after lockdown made them “stronger”.
The telly favourite said: “In your relationship during Covid, you look at how many couples have split up – me and Isobel have got stronger.
“If you can survive Covid, you can get over anything, with Isobel Covid made us stronger.
“She might be the one, if she can put up with me, I’m a handful.”
The TV star said girlfriend Isobel Mills is ‘the one’ after three years togetherCredit: instagram/@jordanweekender
Jordan, who has been in a relationship with Isobel for three years, admitted that he is still haunted by his playboy reputation.
He said: “When I started TV I was 18 and I was known for getting with god knows how many women.
“That’s why I think it’s hard becoming a professional DJ and producer now, that image will always hinder me which is annoying, that was me years ago, that’s not be now but I will always have that reputation.”
Jordan also opened up about the abuse he received when he announced that he had become a DJ.
Jordan said the coronavirus lockdown made their relationship strongerCredit: Instagram
The star explained: “When I started DJ’ing I used to get thousand of abusive comments, because they would say ‘Jordan doesn’t DJ, he doesn’t know what he’s doing’.
“But if it was a normal kid that was doing it, they wouldn’t get any abuse. It got to the point where I was like, do I keep going or do I give up because the amount of abuse that I would get was just incredible.
“It’s horrible enough, it’s my most commented post of me DJ’ing four years ago of thousands of abusive comments, saying ‘you’re shit…you can’t do this.'”
Alfie Cridland and Jordan Davies Undercover (Tobtok Edit) is out today.
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