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Entertainment Dancing On Ice bosses urged to fire Rufus Hound after comments he made about Manchester Arena bombings

01:02  25 january  2021
01:02  25 january  2021 Source:   ok.co.uk

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Rufus Hound has been threatened with expulsion from Dancing On Ice after his tweets about the Conspiracy theorist Hound , 41, has previously posted comments on social media that then-PM He even compared the blast to the 1933 Reichstag Fire in Germany, suspected to have been staged by

Dancing on Ice bosses are facing calls to remove Rufus Hound from the show after he tweeted claims that Theresa May planned the Manchester He then added his own comment , suggesting that May, the Prime Minister at the time of the 2017 Manchester Arena bombings , had planned the

Dancing On Ice bosses have been urged to fire Rufus Hound from the show following shocking claims he made about the Manchester Arena attack.

Survivors of the terrorist attack and MPs spoke out against the comedian competing on the hit ITV show.

The 41 year old had previously posted comments on Twitter implying that he thought then Prime Minister Theresa May had been behind the cruel tragedy in order to help the Conservatives win the ongoing general election.

Rufus Hound that is standing in the snow: Dancing on Ice 2021 Rufus Hound © ITV Dancing on Ice 2021 Rufus Hound

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Dancing On Ice star Rufus Hound forced to MISS this week's show

  Dancing On Ice star Rufus Hound forced to MISS this week's show The comedian, 41, has had to pull out of the show in accordance with government guidelines which state he now has to quarantine at home for 10 days. Rufus was set to perform in a group routine on Sunday night and again the following week for his individual skate, but he will now be forced to miss both. © Provided by Daily Mail Oh no! Dancing On Ice star Rufus Hound will miss this week's show as he's told to isolate after coming into contact with coronavirus A spokesperson for ITV told MailOnline: 'This week Rufus Hound came into contact with someone outside of the show who tested positive for Covid 19.

Rufus Hound will be absent from Dancing On Ice on Sunday night as he self-isolates after coming into contact with someone who has tested positive for Ofcom subsequently received 341 complaints about the episode and said the majority were made about his comments . Six more couples will skate

Dancing On Ice star Rufus Hound has been forced to isolate after coming into contact with ‘We are hoping to welcome him back to the ice soon.’ Rufus and partner Robin Johnstone delighted the ‘I’ve spent most of this year not emotionally stable because the world does not make sense and this does

The star had shared a Twitter user’s Tweet, which read: “Given the attacker was known to MI5, the timing seems fortunate for May that an attack ‘slips through’ as Labour are making progress”.

Adding his own comment to the message, the panel show regular wrote: "Apologies for mild tinhattedness, but I’ve been thinking the same. Esp. as she was Home Secretary for so long.”

He then hashtagged "reichstagFire", seemingly implying that there was a similarity to the 1933 Reichstag Fire in Germany, which was suspected to have been staged in order to increase Hitler’s power in Germany.

graphical user interface, text, application, chat or text message: The comedian's Tweet has resurfaced from 2017 © Twitter The comedian's Tweet has resurfaced from 2017

Although Rufus deleted the comments soon after, his comments were mentioned again on Twitter recently.

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Dancing On Ice has confirmed that Rufus Hound will not take part in this weekend's show after coming into contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus. MORE: Myleene Klass reveals Graham Bell's heartbreaking reaction to injuring his partner. The 41-year-old comedian and

A fourth added: ' Rufus Hound rinsing the govt over free school meals on Dancing On Ice makes me proud to have watched him on CBBC in the prime Ofcom has since received 341 complaints about last weekend's episode, with the majority made about Rufus . Following pressure from a campaign

Speaking to The Sun on Sunday, MP Rob Halfon: “This is horrific. These trivial remarks are deeply offensive to victims of the Manchester attack.”

Whereas fellow Tory MP Alec Shelbrooke said: “ITV have a moral responsibility and it’s time that they chucked out contestants that spout conspiracy theories and use family shows as political platforms.”

Rufus Hound looking at the camera: Rufus Hound has been forced to pull out of Dancing on Ice after coming into contact with someone with coronavirus © ITV Rufus Hound has been forced to pull out of Dancing on Ice after coming into contact with someone with coronavirus

Meanwhile Jade Clough, who was thrown 10 foot up in the air and hit by shrapnel during the attack, has also spoken out against Rufus.

She said: “It’s outrageous. I can’t believe anyone would even think it. I used to watch him on Celebrity Juice and had no idea he was like that.

“He’s in the limelight and a lot of people look up to him.

“When a celebrity starts saying things like that other people will think it’s okay to do the same.”

Rufus Hound withdraws from Dancing On Ice after testing positive for Covid-19

  Rufus Hound withdraws from Dancing On Ice after testing positive for Covid-19 The comedian revealed he has now tested positive for coronavirus just days after being released from a 10 day quarantine having come into contact with someone who had caught the bug. The comedian previously had to sit out from the competition after coming into contact with someone with Covid-19 last month.

RUFUS HOUND will have to miss tomorrow's episode of Dancing On Ice , after coming into contact with someone who tested positive for the virus. Rufus Hound is currently self-isolating and will not take part in the second episode of Dancing On Ice 2021. The comedian took to Twitter this afternoon

COMEDIAN Rufus Hound has apologised after making wild claims that Theresa May orchestrated the Manchester bombing to help the Tories win the election. He even compared the Manchester atrocity to the 1933 Reichstag Fire in Germany, an arson attack suspected to have been staged by

Rufus Hound holding a guitar: Rufus Hound won the golden ticket on Dancing On Ice © ITV Rufus Hound won the golden ticket on Dancing On Ice

Despite winning the golden ticket last weekend Rufus was forced to pull out of the show on Sunday night after coming into contact with someone with coronavirus.

He will now have to miss out on the ITV show, where he was set to be in the group dance, this week as he has been forced to stay at home for ten days.

It is not known whether the star, who is currently skating with Robin Johnstone, will be allowed to return, but the show has expressed their hope that he will make a comeback at the time.

Dancing on Ice’s Matt Richardson shares heartache as late pal Caroline Flack won’t see him skate .
Dancing on Ice star Matt Richardson said Carol Flack would have been the first person he called after discovering he was going to be on the show.The 29 year old TV star, who hosted The Xtra Factor with the late Caroline, was announced as Rufus Hound’s replacement on the ITV skating show.

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