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Dancing on Ice’s Bez zooms around bathroom floor in fluffy socks to practice amid COVID isolation

OHMYGOSSIP — Happy Mondays star Bez has been sliding on his bathroom floor in fluffy socks to practice his balance amid his coronavirus isolation.
The 57-year-old musician tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week, but he is hoping to be back on the ITV skating show for his next planned performance, January 30th, and in the meantime, he’s been thinking of creative ways to keep up his training.
He said: “I’m isolating in my cottage right, so I’ve got these fluffy socks on and I’m sliding about on the lino in the bathroom and I’ve got this big full length mirror I’m looking in, so I’m still practising my balance and not falling over.
“I’m just desperate to get back out there, you know what I mean?”
Bez was also said to be planning to use washing-up liquid on his kitchen floor to recreate the ‘Dancing on Ice’ rink.
He said: “I’ve got wood down there on the kitchen floor, so it wouldn’t work.”
Bez doesn’t have any symptoms, so he is grateful to ITV’s “stringent” testing process.
He added to The Sun newspaper: “I’m 100 per cent fine and I’m sending love to anyone who has COVID with bad symptoms.
“I just feel so relieved that ITV’s testing process is so stringent because otherwise I wouldn’t know I’d had it, you know what I mean?
“I’m juicing, juicing, juicing with my cold press juice machine, it sounds like a combine harvester, but I’m doing that for vitamin C to beat this, and apple cider vinegar and cayenne pepper.”
An ITV spokeswoman said: “We have stringent protocols in place to ensure the health and safety of all our contributors and staff which are routinely monitored and updated to reflect the current guidelines.”
His latest comments come after he admitted this week he is already better at ice skating than he “ever imagined being” after just one week on the ITV show.
He said: “Knowing how difficult it is to get out there and earn money, I jumped at the opportunity.
“I had never skated before so it’s a brand-new skill I’ve been learning. I’m now better than I ever imagined being.
“Even though, I’m still relatively rubbish at it, I can’t believe the things they’ve got me doing on ice.”

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