Twitter fans left in tears as Jordan Davies leaves Ibiza Weekender - “The show is over!”

On the latest episode of Ibiza Weekender and iconic holiday rep Jordan Davies was sacked. Literally, it was a move that no-one thought was possible.

Having featured on the show for six years, Jordan has been part of the party furniture, one of the original reps when the show started out as Magaluf Weekender.

But, having let his relationship with fellow rep Chyna Ellis get in the way of his role during series four, head rep David reluctantly gave Jordan the boot.

Screen Shot: Ibiza Weekender, ITV2

Screen Shot: Ibiza Weekender, ITV2

Screen Shot: Ibiza Weekender, ITV2

There was a mixed reaction on Twitter although the majority of fans were outraged that Jord was given the axe.

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As the lead character throughout the series, no-one has charmed girls, caused trouble and partied as hard a Jordan Davies. Oh well, he’s gone now.

Here’s a journey through Twitter’s reaction from the furious to jubilant.

We Ain’t Sticking Around


Because We Are In Tears


And You’ve Lost Some Fans, David

Because Why Keep Chyna?


And Get Rid of Deano?


Mehh, But Not All Of Us Are Unhappy


And We Can See Where This is Heading . . .

Goodbye Jordan Davies

In episode nine of the show and there was a huge shock as Ibiza Weekender icon and show regular Jordan Davies left the series.

Following tantrum after tantrum with girlfriend Chyna Ellis, head rep David decided that Jord was no longer fit for the holiday rep role, having spent most of his time either wooing or making-up with Chyna.

Screen Shot: Ibiza Weekender, ITV2

After six years on the show and having started when the series was known as The Magaluf Weekender, Twitter was outraged by the decision, adamant that  Jordan is the selling point of the series.

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