He had scored maximum points with the judges for his first dance.
Offaly's Jordan Conroy has lived to jive another day on Dancing With The Stars.
The Ireland Sevens star needed to survive a dance-off, despite scoring a maximum of 30-points from the judges for his opening effort set to High Hopes by Panic! At The Disco.
Grainne Seoige and partner John Nolan were voted off the show.
Some amazing lifts in this Contemporary Ballroom from Jordan Conroy & Salome Chachua 💪💪— RTÉ One (@RTEOne) February 27, 2022
Maximum points 30 🎉🎉@DWTSIrl #DWTSIrl @rte_co pic.twitter.com/01jf3K9T8V
A former Dancing With The Stars contestant is encouraging people to vote for the midlands rugby star.
Westmeath's Fr. Ray Kelly, who was on the show in 2020, says he was really surprised to see him in the dance off after an amazing performance.
He's encouraging local people to get voting: