James Jordan says Dancing on Ice weight loss has RUINED sex life with wife Ola


James Jordan wowed judges last week with his debut dance, scoring a whopping 30.5 out of a possible 40.

The ex-Strictly pro lost 2st for the ITV skating show – but it hasn’t gone down well with wife Ola Jordan.

In fact, rather than boost his sex life, James has revealed it’s had the exact opposite effect.

He said: “I would love to tell you that we’ve been going at it like rabbits since I lost all the weight but the opposite is the truth.

“Ola actually prefers me more thickset”

James Jordan

“It’s nice that I can see it again and bound up the stairs, but our love life has taken a beating.”

Speaking to The Sun, he continued: “Ola actually prefers me more thickset.”

The 40-year-old explained that Ola made sure to stock up on all of his favourite foods like Doritos and Quality Street over the festive period.

It didn’t last long though, with James scoffed the lot, meaning Ola went out and bought it all again.

Dancing on Ice James Jordan Ola Jordan

BED TIME: James Jordan says he and Ola haven’t been having more sex (Pic: ITV / Supplied by Wenn)

James Jordan and Ola Jordan

FEEDER: James says Ola stocked up on crisps and chocolate over Christmas (Pic: Supplied by Wenn)

James’ body changed after he quit Strictly Come Dancing as he wanted to “enjoy life” more.

He stopped exercising and started eating out more to spend time with friends, often turning to fast food.

But he knows he won’t be in the same shape as when he was on Strictly and needs an operation on his hips after getting arthritis.

James Jordan and Alexandra Schauman

SKATERS: James is paired with Alexandra Schauman (Pic: Wenn)

Ola and James Jordan

THROWBACK: James says he knows he’ll never get back to his Strictly body (Pic: Wenn)

He said: “I hate getting older, to be honest. There are times when I pass the mirror and catch sight of myself and think, ‘Who the hell is that?'”

Despite James body woes, it hasn’t stopped him on Dancing on Ice, scoring a massive 30.5 for his first skating routine.

He impressed so much that bookies now have him as the favourite to win, with Betfair giving him odds of 2/1.

Dancing on Ice continues tonight at 7pm on ITV.

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