But host Anne is left wondering who he is after he introduces himself as “a hairdresser from Essex”.The acid-tongued host quips: “You’re a hairdresser? ”When he explains he was on Love Island and she asks where it was filmed, the poor lad struggles with his geography and has no idea which part of Spain it was.
Gill joined boy band UFO, later known as JLS, in 2006. In December 2012, Gill won the Christmas Special of the BBC One dancing show Strictly Come Dancing, performing the Jive with Ola Jordan.
The group auditioned for The X Factor in 2008, managed by Louis Walsh. In 2013, JLS announced via Twitter they had decided to split up after their farewell tour and album and book.
Anne also teases him about the fact he only had “a little bit of nookie” on Love Island.
And when she asks how many days there are in seven weeks, Kem has to count up to 49 on his fingers to get the answer right.
David tells Doctor Who Magazine: “There’s a rivalry.
Jonathan Benjamin "JB" Gill (born 7 December 1986) is an English singer and farmer.
All the others had aches, bruises and injuries too.”The six presenters were judged by Craig Revel Horwood, Bruno Tonioli, Shirley Ballas and Darcey Bussell and their votes decided the winner.
Konnie said: “Even though we did it for charity, shall I say some judges were kinder than others?
“I told my dance partner we should fi ll our routines with lifts as I’m not a good dancer.