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    Ola Jordan says she would change 'everything' about her body

    She appears on TV before an audience of over 12 million viewers in the skimpiest of costumes, but Strictly Come Dancing star Ola Jordan has the same body insecurities as everyone else.

    The size eight professional dancer, who is currently partnering veteran magician Paul Daniels on the series, dazzles in tiny lycra dresses and revealing cut-out leotards.

    But when asked what she would change about her body, the blonde beauty replies, 'Everything!'

    The dancer reveals that several dance teachers have 'suggested' over the years that lose weight, leading to her insecurities.

    The 5ft 3 star tells this week's issue of Closer magazine: 'I've never been overweight and I feel comfortable at the weight I am, but I always think I can be more toned. Don't we all?

    'I can't eat whatever I want just because of all the exercise I do. I have a big appetite and can eat for England.'

    She adds: 'I don't want to be the person who goes for dinner with friends and just eats a boring salad.'

    'My cellulite's not too bad, but I definitely have it, and it's the same with stretch marks.

    'Fake tan makes everything look better, and we get sprayed every week before the show, which helps.'

    The full feature appears in this week's Closer magazine, out now

    Asked if she would resort to surgery, she replies: 'I'd never say no. You should do whatever makes you happy. If I have kids - which I'd like to in the future - and my ****s go down to my knees, Iíll have surgery.'

    Ola says her husband James, also a dancer, gives her confidence.

    'I'm always asking my husband James if I look nice - and if he says yes then I feel good.'

    The Polish star, who moved to the UK when she was 17, won last year's competition with TV presenter Chris Hollins.

    She has her work cut out for her with 72-year-old partner Paul.

    'Dancing with Paul is a challenge, but fun! I hope we donít go out this week,' she says.

    'I think I can work my magic on him to win. Who knows?! Paulís a very sweet guy and lots of fun.'
    ...being a human...



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