Ac­tor laughs off ru­mours as he vows to un­leash his new moves in night­club

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just happy to be get­ting on with my steps with­out think­ing of any of that other stuff.

“The Mol­lie King re­port was ridicu­lous. Just be­cause we were stood re­hears­ing a dance one day, a cer­tain news­pa­per de­cided that we must be to­gether.

“I found it very f lat­ter­ing that any­one would even en­ter­tain that idea but it’s ab­so­lute non­sense.

“Nope, that’s not on the cards for me on this show – cer­tainly not.” Joe said he’s far too busy for love. He added: “I don’t know why I’m sin­gle. I must be unlov­able, I don’t know. Who knows? “Maybe I work too hard. “I’ve not been in a re­la­tion­ship in re­cent times. No, I’ve been work­ing very hard in Holby and com­mit­ting my time to that.”

Joe is hop­ing judges Craig Revel Hor­wood, Bruno To­nioli, Darcy Bus­sell and Shirley Bal­las don’t ruin his birth­day by boot­ing him out of the hit BBC1 show tonight.

He said: “That would be aw­ful. My birth­day’s on Mon­day and I re­ally don’t have any plans. true. That’s why it was so tough last Satur­day los­ing Chizzy.

“She’d re­ally be­come a big part of the group and I ob­vi­ously al­ready knew her from Holby.

“When some­one goes, it re­ally rockscks every­one and you feel the loss.

“It was all fun and games un­til that hat point when they are send­ing some­one ne home, and then it gets very real.

“The bot­tom two’s not a po­si­tionon any­one wants to be in.”

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