Strictly hot head James Jordan has launched a foul mouthed rant at his wife’s critics, denying she stole him from another woman.

The pair met in Blackpool in 1999, when James had a girlfriend – but didn’t get together until he was single.

Today, the ex CBB star lashed out at Twitter over “haters” calling his wife a “man stealer” – with a standard foul-mouthed rant over the rumour mill.

He fumed: “Ola is not like that AT ALL. I was 21 and she was 17. Lucky people can see what a sweet wonderful person she is – don’t talk s**t about my wife.”

The couple first met at a dance competition – when James already had a girlfriend.

Months later, James flew to Ola’s native Poland to tempt her to dance with him and the meeting was arranged by James’s partner.

Ola, 34, reveals in the Sunday People that she instantly fell for James.

Writing in her new book, Strictly Ola: My Story, she says: “He was tall and very good-looking, with slicked-back black hair and piercing blue eyes. His dancing was amazing.


She says: “To my amazement, the girl explained that she was the dance partner of the English dancer I’d seen and admired in Blackpool.

“His name was James Jordan, and it seemed that each of them had decided to look for another partner, in order to progress further.

“‘James would like to come to Poland and have a trial with you,’ the girl explained.”

Olae continues: “As well as being James’s dance partner, the girl who had phoned me was also his girlfriend.”

The star, who was 17 at the time, says she didn’t have any romantic intentions towards James initially.

She writes: “It didn’t bother me that he had a girlfriend. I was four and a half years younger than James and never considered for one moment that he could possibly be interested in a girl like me, not in that way.

“He was spoken for and was very renowned in the dance world, and I felt young and inexperienced by comparison.

“Nevertheless, when I saw James walk through arrivals at the airport my heart skipped a beat.”

The pair clicked immediately and, hours later, she agreed to fly to England to train with James permanently, despite not speaking a word of English.

Ola moved into a shared house in Kent near where James lived with his parents. They trained daily for the next two years and, as they grew closer, James’s relationship with his girlfriend became increasingly strained.

Eventually, it reached breaking point and James arrived to a training session in tears.

Ola says: “One evening, he turned up to practice looking very upset, worse than I’d ever seen him. He had finally broken up with his girlfriend, and his eyes were red from crying.”

With James single again, Ola admits she had begun to develop new feelings for him, and the pair finally got together during a trip to Hong Kong.

Returning to their hotel after a night out with fellow dancer Christian, Ola was met by a furious James, who was struggling to contain his feelings. He demanded to know where she had been.

She says: “I was taken aback, because James looked really angry and he’d never spoken to me in that way before. ‘James!’, I spluttered, ‘You know I was at the cinema, with Christian. ’

“As soon as I said Christian’s name James completely snapped. He was standing beside his bed, and he was suddenly in such a temper that he flipped it up with both his hands. It crashed down right in front of me.

“We both stared at each other and then at the bed, which was messed up and wedged at an angle between us.”

Suddenly, their feelings for each other erupted – with Ola the first to admit how she felt about her now husband, and the pair leapt onto the bed in a fit of passion.

“We gazed at each other, and then we looked again at the bed between us,” she reveals.

“It needed remaking, but we both had the same thought at the same time: ‘We can make it afterwards’.”