There were definitely a lot of disappointed male fans, and some female fans for that matter, of the hit television series Strictly Come Dancing last week, when it was announced that the gorgeous Ola Jordan had decided to quit the show after six years as a dancer on the series. Well, now that Ola is no longer a part of Strictly Come Dancing, she has decided to take a parting shot at the series, and the judges in particular.
Many fans watching the show at home, will often shout at their television screens following the odd scoring from the judges from time to time, with some people even taking to social media to call the show a fix. Well, Ola Jordan has now added her name to that list of people, by coming out to claim that there are certain aspects of the show that seem fixed to her, including the scoring from the judges.
Ola told The Sun, "In my opinion they know how many votes people scored in the previous weeks and then they try to influence their position on the leader board. Why else would they over-mark someone? All the pros talk about the marking. We ask each other, ‘What is all that about? Why are they trying to over-mark that person?’"
She added, "Someone could do a dance and mess it up quite badly. Now I know that was a bad dance and there’s no way it’s an eight, but the judge says, ‘That’s amazing’ and gives them an eight or a nine and we go, ‘What the hell’s going on?' Previously the producers would never know how good the celebrities were."
Jordan continued, "Now they watch training for the opening group dance so they can see who’s good and who’s not and how people learn. It’s unfair because it means they can decide which professionals will stay in the competition longer.Jay McGuiness is clearly the best dancer so they gave him Aliona Vilani, who went out in the first week for the last two years."
It is a huge shame that we are not going to get to see Ola Jordan dancing on our television screens anymore but there are still plenty of beautiful and talented dancers and celebrities that we can enjoy on Strictly Come Dancing.