The pro dancer admitted that her already tiny costumes are getting smaller and smaller, and the celebs aren't protected either!
Speaking to the Daily Mirror, the Polish professional revealed that former star partner Ashley Taylor Dawson found it difficult having to dance topless in front of millions of viewers.
“We dancers are used to wearing tiny costumes. But on the show they are getting shorter," Ola said. “I understand some people may feel uncomfortable, especially the celebrities.
"They need to feel comfortable with the short outfits, and if not, the dresses should be longer."
She continued: “It is happening to the boys now. The producers love it, they are taking the boys’ tops off.
"I think Ashley Taylor Dawson felt a bit self-conscious taking his top off.”
Meanwhile, Ola echoed her husband James Jordan's comments by calling for a revamp of the judging panel.
“The professional dancers are being swapped every year, we have new presenters, so why not swap judges?" she said. "I would like to see more ballroom teachers on the panel and people who know about Latin dancing.
"Len is the only one who knows about ballroom."
And Ola also claimed the amount that the judges were paid compared to the show's pro dancers was 'unfair'
“They all make a fortune. We get OK money. But compared to the judges?" she complained. "They sit one day a week and get a lot more than the dancers. Is that fair?”
Strictly returns to BBC One next month.