The Pro dancer left the show last year having competed in the BBC One series for a decade, winning once.
Now Ola, who is married to fellow former Strictly dancer James Jordan, is set to reveal all about the programme with a book on her time as a performer.
According to the Daily Mirror newspaper, Ola will "give a warts-and-all account of the backstage bitching, rows over pay and hours plus the illicit romances which have plagued the show."
Ola has already been rather vocal against the show, causing chaos last year when she made comments about the judges' sores being 'fixed' to keep certain celebrities in.
A source teased: “This is one explosive book, she is going to reveal all the backstage goings on and she won’t hold back.
“It’s going to be one of the biggest page turners to come from the show, it will definitely ruffle a few feathers.”
Meanwhile a show source from Strictly responded: “We are sure Ola has a lot to say, let’s hope she checks it all with her lawyer.”
Ola isn't the first Strictly star to write a book with Kristina Rihanoff releasing her own autobiography last year.
The girls are two of four professional dancers to have left the series in the past twelve months alongside Tristan MacManus and Aliona Vilani.
The new Strictly pro line up will be confirmed in the coming weeks ahead of the new series starting on TV in the autumn.