Remember how we all had to hold in our childish giggles yesterday when Mark Wright seemed to suggest that he was ‘too stiff’ (NOT LAUGHING) for sexytime with Michelle Keegan after his hardcore Strictly Come Dancing traning sessions?
Heh. Well, it turns out that his stiffness (not giggling) isn’t such a problem, as Marky No Moves has taken to Twitter to deny any hints of a dry spell between him and his actress girlfriend.
Ever heard of TMI, Mark?
The 26-year-old DJ yesterday admitted that he was ‘too tired’ to be waltzing around the boudoir after the 600 or so hours he puts into training everyday.
However, the former TOWIE star has been forced to take to Twitter to hit back at claims that by ‘no waltzing,’ he didn’t actually mean some form of complicated sex position that no-one’s ever heard of.
He wrote the following:
Soz Mark – must try harder (heh).
At least that’s that cleared-up though. We can sleep happy tonight.
The original dry spell rumours came from the radio DJ’s talk with Metro, where he claimed that he is too stiff *sniggers* to do anything else in bed other than sleep after a hard *sniggers* day training.
He told the Metro: “I’ve not been waltzing around the bedroom because I am tired all the time. And in pain.
“Strictly, every time I twist my back, I hear ten cracks. That never used to happen. My ankles, my groin – everything is hurting in every place.”
Mark isn’t the first finalist, however, to admit the show has spoiled their sex life.
Frankie Bridge previously told Nick Grimshaw that thanks to her excessive fake tan lathered on for the show, she has to sleep in full body pajamas to avoid staining her sheets.
She admitted: “I’ve got special tanning PJs. Long-sleeved ones. You know it’s not on when she puts those on. Oh dear, roll over babe.”
Luckily for Mark and Frankie the end is very much in sight as they take part in the Strictly final this weekend.
Caroline Flack is currently the bookies favourite to take home the Glitterball trophy after receiving the first 40 of the series last week for her salsa.
The Strictly final airs on BBC 1 at 6.30pm.
As cute as you two are as a coupl, just keep any bedroom celebrations to yourselves please!
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