Ola Jordan learnt English by watching EastEnders
'Strictly Come Dancing' professional Ola Jordan has revealed that she perfected her English accent by watching 'EastEnders' after moving to the UK from Poland
Ola Jordan learnt English by watching 'EastEnders'.
The 'Strictly Come Dancing' professional has credited the popular BBC One show with helping her improve her English after moving to Britain from Poland, much to the amusement of her husband, James Jordan.
Speaking while launching and tasting the new refreshing Gallo Family Vineyards Summer Rose on London's South Bank yesterday (29.07.14), she said: "When I first moved to England, I picked up more English words by watching 'EastEnders' - I loved the show and still do now. I also consider myself to be a Londoner thanks to 'EastEnders' for giving me a cockney-Polish accent! James loves to tease me about it."
The blonde beauty rose to fame starring on 'Strictly' and Ola has admitted that she isn't ready to leave, despite wanting children in the near future.
She shared: "I've been at 'Strictly' for almost 10 amazing years now - I'm not planning to leave any time soon but hope to have two beautiful children with James. I'd like a boy and a girl but I'm just excited to be blessed with children."
Ola's husband and fellow 'Strictly' dancer James left the BBC show last year along with the show's long-time host, Bruce Forsyth, and the star will miss them both dearly.
She added: "It is going to be strange without James and Brucie this autumn on 'Strictly' but I'm going to stick with it. James is supporting me all the way and I'm sure I'll see Brucie again soon."