Why The Discussions Around Ola Jordan’s I’m A Celebrity Outfit Are Not Cool

The Strictly Come Dancing dancer is one of the girls on this year's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here line-up, but her dress seems to have stolen a lot of the attention...

After a huge build up of anticipation, the new series of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here has finally hit our screens.

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And with challenges already featuring a skyscraper and a helicopter, and the promise of a Bush Tucker trial with more critters than EVER before to feature in tonight’s second helping, ITV sure has delivered on the ‘hardcore’ front so far.

Carol Vorderman, who must have thrown that word around at least a dozen times last night, should be so happy right now.

We have to say, we’re really impressed with the line-up so far too, and viewers seem to be in agreement.

A special – but unlikely – bromance appears to be developing between Scarlett Moffat and Larry Lamb, and comedian Joel Dommett is dishing out all of the one-liners.

But there was one thing that seems to have grabbed attention for a lot of the wrong reasons, and that’s Ola Jordan’s entry dress.

'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!' TV Show, Australia - 13 Nov 2016

Naturally, the professional dancer (who’s famous for her time on Strictly Come Dancing) looked incredible in her peach bodycon number. The praise was coming in thick and fast on social media, with fans of the show rushing to compliment her.

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But some have labelled her choice of attire ‘too skimpy’, hinting that her wardrobe option might be ‘inappropriate’. Err.

Sure, it’s probably not what we would have chosen if we’d been heading to the outback, but in Ola’s defence, she was actually sipping a cocktail at a pool party, and was later labelled a ‘city celebrity’ in the task.

'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!' TV Show, Australia - 13 Nov 2016

The producers even had leggings on hand for both Ola and Carol, who were actually both wearing dresses, to do the skyscraper challenge.

Also, what Ola puts on her body is completely her choice. And she shouldn’t have to worry about being ogled at, either.

Go figure.