Strictly Come Dancing's Ola Jordan 'BANNED' from the BBC

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The BBC is NOT happy with Strictly Come Dancing pro Ola Jordan.

The dancer has announced her exit from the series after this year and it sounds like a good move as she's apparently been BANNED from the broadcaster's channels.

It's after Ola slammed Strictly and accused the judges of fixing the contest in comments made over the weekend.

The Daily Mirror reports that Ola, who confirmed her Strictly exit on Saturday, has been "blacklisted" as a result of the comments.

A source said: “Her comments and her conduct have been totally unacceptable. She’s going to be spoken to after this weekend and left in no doubt that she has burnt her bridges.

“Some very senior staff at the BBC have become aware of what she has said, which could damage the reputation of one of the most popular shows on television - which of course is always run in a completely fair way.

They added to the newspaper: “There is no way back.”

Speaking about her future plans recently, Ola said: "I’ve been offered loads of incredible opportunities, including a tour with Arlene Phillips. I’m really excited about what the future holds.”

The source added: “She may get TV work again in the future, but it won’t be with the BBC, and other networks will also be aware of how outspoken she has been towards her long-standing employer.”

A spokesperson for Ola didn't comment to the Mirror.

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