The professional couple, who danced with Alex Jones and Robbie Savage respectively in the BBC contest, were allegedly kicked off the nationwide jaunt over James' bad behaviour during this year' series.
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Revel Horwood, who directs the tour, explained that the Jordans were axed to make room for other Strictly dancers and went on to blast the pair's "incredibly selfish" reaction to the decision.
"James needs to reel his head in," The Sun quotes the judge as saying. "He's being incredibly selfish and rude moaning on Twitter about not doing the tour.
"Not every dancer can do the tour. He needs to let other people have a chance. Katya Virshilas has never done the tour before and she's coming this year.
"Why should Ola and James always get to do it and never Katya? My advice to them would be to quit moaning, reel your head in and get on with it. It's nothing personal."
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Revel Horwood added that the furore over the Jordans' firing had only added to the pressure of organising the Strictly tour.
"I decide everything: The music, the costumes, the dances and, yes, the people taking part," he said. "We have to get it exactly right. The shows are a lot of fun but preparing them is hard work."
The Strictly Come Dancing tour begins on January 20 at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham and will come to a close in Dublin on February 23.
Harry Judd, Chelsee Healey and Jason Donovan will compete to win this year's series of Strictly Come Dancing in the final, which airs on Saturday, December 17 at 7pm on BBC One.