Is it time for Ola Jordan to retire?
Strictly Come Dancing
Ola Jordan has been a professional partner on the UK's Strictly Come Dancing since 2006. Her most recent partner, the wildlife presenter Steve Backshall was voted out this week.
My social media feeds were full of opinions on Ola, some thinking it's time for her to leave as a professional dancer, some supporting her staying for another year.
What do you think? Would you like to see her back next year with a new celebrity partner?
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I don't know why people want her to leave. I don't like it when they get rid of the long time dancers for new ones, so I want her to stay.
It's weird, isn't it? Some people can be so mean about success. I quite like her, personally.
I do too. I was never that keen on her husband, James though, so I'm not bothered about him leaving this year.
I donít think we have this show in Sydney, Au, as Iíve never heard of it.
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