Ex-Strictly dancer Ola Jordan leaves the celebrity jungle after public vote
Dec 03 2016
After winning Poland's Open Championships in 1999, she paired up with new dance partner with James Jordan, who she went on to marry in 2003.
"I was 21 and she was 17".
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here continues on ITV at 8.30pm.
The already svelte star lost 10 pounds while in the jungle, and claims she enjoyed cooking for her campmates, hinting that she would love to have her own cookery programme.
She told The Sun newspaper: "We talked about our kids, having kids, wanting kids".
When asked if any of the male contestants tried to make a move on her, she said: "No way, no. I was happy to deal with it", he said.
Meanwhile, dancer Jordan is the latest celeb to get the boot from the Australian-based reality series, finding herself in the bottom two with footballer Wayne Bridge.
Ola explained: "I had a bath, got in and had a proper scrub, then I had a shower to wash it all off".
James, on the other hand, was totally TMI about their recent time between the sheets, laughing: "It only takes two minutes!". "And we had a kiss and a cuddle".
Jungle contender Carol Vorderman revealed something of the nerve which enabled her to carry out a high-altitude challenge inthe jungle - she once dreamed of being a fighter pilot.
The dancer said she loved "every minute" of her 17 days in the jungle, but added that it had been much more hard that she had anticipated.
But Ola continued: "A lady never tells, but we have a very healthy relationship". "Missing James was the hardest part", Ola added.
Ola posted a pic on her Twitter account, and looked like she's loving life now that she is back to civilisation!
"So to live with that amount of people in that confined space was a challenge in itself, you can't go anywhere, you've got your hammock, you've got the log, you can walk to the creek, there are not that many places you can go to get away".
Yet during this morning's chat, Ola avoided the controversy and instead revealed how her hubby was inept at dealing with critters in their home.