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Over the past few years, the ballroom dancer has released a calendar for her fans, posing in a string of provocative and steamy shots.
However, it was recently reported that the BBC were hoping that, for the sake of ‘Strictly’ and its family-friendly image, stars like Ola and Kristina Rihanoff would have to tone down their behaviour away from the show… but it sounds as though this is a suggestion Ola has ignored.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Ola insisted: “My new calendar will be as sexy as my last ones.”
Ola became the first professional dancer to leave ‘Strictly’ over the weekend, after she and Iwan Thomas failed to impress the public with their cha cha cha to LMFAO’s ‘Sexy And I Know It’.
Their routine involved a torso-flash, not to mention some rather ill-advised break-dancing, which we’re guessing he now wishes he’d restricted to his cousin’s wedding, rather than national television.
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The pair landed themselves in the bottom two, alongside Jamelia and her partner, Tristan MacManus, who were unanimously saved by the judging panel.
Meanwhile, Ola’s husband, former ‘Strictly’ pro James Jordan, hit out at the show over the weekend, suggesting that producers were favouring Peter Andre by giving him more air-time than some of the other contestants.
Peter is currently holding onto his place at the top of the leaderboard, but it was pop singer Jay McGuiness who earned the most points on Saturday night’, with his waltz scooping him 31 points.
‘Strictly’ continues this weekend, when another dancing couple will be eliminated from the competition.