Mum Wendy and his dad Graham appeared on ITV’s Lorraine this morning, saying how proud they had been to see Jordan develop in confidence on the programme.
Graham mentioned: ‘He’s conquered fairly a number of fears. He had lots of phobias when he was a younger lad. Fearful of snakes, afraid of spiders, afraid of his personal shadow.’
Talking in regards to the gruesome trials Jordan confronted, Graham mentioned: ‘I couldn’t really watch it. I needed to flip away. It was fairly upsetting. I feel he’ll give lots of inspiration to younger adults in all places who’ve phobias.’
Wendy spoke to Lorraine Kelly from the household house in Burnley and Dad spoke stay on video feed in Iraq, the place he works for the Australian embassy.
Mum Wendy mentioned she was ‘so tremendous proud’ of Jordan, and backed him to win in Friday’s final.
Jordan confronted his fears early on within the present (Image: ITV/REX)
Shane and Jordan are the prime suspects within the seek for the ‘phantom dribbler’ (Image: ITV/REX)
They had been additionally requested in regards to the phantom dribbler in camp, and each had been fast to defend Jordan from accusation of peeing on the ground.
‘The jury’s nonetheless out,’ Graham mentioned, revealing that he believes Shane Richie is accountable.
‘Shane’t accountable, for sure!’ Wendy added.
Wendy and Graham additionally spoke movingly in regards to the time Jordan helped his household whereas his youthful brother Bradley was in hospital for most cancers therapy.
‘He was my rock,’ Wendy mentioned. ‘He stored the household house going by means of the week and took his brother to high school. He additionally put himself by means of school and stored three jobs down.’
I’m A Movie star…Get Me Out Of Right here! continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.