Jorgie: I'll kick Sylvain in the balls if he tries anything
- Bang Showbiz
- 3 January 2014
Jorgie Porter has warned her 'Dancing on Ice' partner Sylvain Longchambon she will kick him in the unmentionables if he tries it on with her after he broke her best friend Jennifer Metcalfe's heart last year
Jorgie Porter has warned Sylvain Longchambon she will boot him in the balls if he tries it on with her.
The former 'Hollyoaks' beauty admits she was shocked to find out she was going to be partnered with the professional skater on 'Dancing on Ice' after he broke her best friend and ex co-star Jennifer Metcalfe's heart by dumping her and dating Samia Ghadie, his partner on last year's show.
But the blonde bombshell, who has been dating her former co-star James Atherton for the past two years, has cleared the air with the Frenchman and already told him he's got no chance with her.
She said: "I'll just kick him in the balls. My boyfriend is well cooler than Sylvain.
"Sylvain gets on with my boyfriend, they went out for lunch together, without me."
Jorgie's shocked reaction to the news she and Sylvain were going to be paired together was filmed for 'Dancing on Ice', and following the surprise move she is seen saying: "Are you serious? Does this mean I'll be his new girlfriend?"
She later jokes: "Sylvain's not here today. I don't know where he is. If he doesn't try it on with me I'll be really angry."
Jorgie's reaction will be shown on the show's returning episode on Sunday (05.01.14) but the stunning star - who finished runner-up with professional skater Matt Evers on 'DOI' in 2012 - has made sure Sylvain already knows what she has said about him before it is broadcast.
She added to The Sun newspaper: "I was really shocked to be partnered with him.
"It was all very dramatic when I found out who my partner was. There was a lot of silence.
"They told me live on camera and I ended up on the floor. I did warn him that I have kicked someone in the head before.
"I've told him the things I've said because he's going to see it on the TV."
'Dancing on Ice' returns on Sunday at 6:15pm on ITV.