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Come Dancing professional Ola Jordan shows off her dancer body for sexy calendar

She said recently that she was ‘not that confident’ when it comes to showing off her figure.

But Strictly Come Dancing professional Ola Jordan looks anything but shy in these sexy shots taken from her 2012 calendar.

The 28-year-old beauty dons a variety of skimpy outfits as she shows off her stunning body for the publication, which is sure to be a bestseller in the new year.

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Strictly sizzling! Ola Jordan shows off her dancer’s body in various skimpy outfits for her 2012 calendar

In one arty black and white shot, Ola is seen posing naked with just a sheet to conceal her modesty, as she glances sexily over her shoulder.

In another, the stunning blonde, who is partnered with former professional footballer Robbie Savage in this year’s series of the BBC TV talent show, pushes her hair away from her face as she dons a sheer black leotard.

Ola is also seen embracing the Strictly glitz and glamour in a third photograph by wearing a tiny pair of silver sequinned hotpants with a skimpy black halterneck top.

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Stunning: But Ola admitted in a recent interview that she’s ‘not that confident’ when it comes to her figure

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On the prowl: Ola shows off her curves in this sexy black outfit as she stares sexily into the camera

In a recent interview, Ola said she finds it hard to accept her figure, and admitted there are lots of things she would like to change about her body.

The images all appear in Ola’s official 2012 calendar

Ola, who fluctuates between a size six and an eight, said: ‘I’m actually quite shy and not that confident in my body.

‘There are a lot of things I’d love to change, especially my skin which gets lots of horrible spots. And my feet, which are ugly dancer’s feet with bunions.

‘As a dancer you’re always surrounded by skinny girls so you always look at your body and want it to be better.

‘I wish there was a magic pill to keep you trim but it’s all down to what you eat and drink and how much you exercise and, unfortunately, I love my food.’

Ola also said her ‘fat days’ are made more difficult to cope with when she is surrounded by the rest of the stunning professional dancers on Strictly.

She said: ‘Like anyone, I have fat days like when my dress doesn’t fit or it’s too tight. None of us get depressed about it. Every girl on the show eats proper meals. We don’t starve ourselves.’

One person who doesn’t have any issues with Ola’s figure is her Strictly partner Savage, who admitted recently that he never knows where to hold his Polish-born dancing partner.

He said: ‘It’s very hard knowing where to put my hands. I find that very hard. I have to really think about it before I touch her. I can’t get into the routine because it’s weird.’

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TIFF11 Reviews: Wim Wender’s Pina , U2 Doc From the Sky Down

Yesterday was Day 1 of TIFF, but it was more of a strange half day where we only watched two movies and only one that had its TIFF premiere, which was Wim Wender’s Pina. For whatever reason, TIFF’s opening night seemed to be off on a German kick, between that and the Opening Night Selection, Davis Guggenheim’s U2 portrait From the Sky Down, which focuses on their “Achtung Baby” album mostly recorded in Berlin, and then Werner Herzog was back at TIFF with his new documentary Into the Abyss.

The other movie we saw yesterday was the Brad Pitt baseball movie Moneyball. You can read our thoughts on that here as well as read reviews of Ryan Gosling’s two movies at TIFF, Nicolas Refn’s Drive and George Clooney’s The Ides of March (by clicking on their respective title.)

0aea9 pinatiff TIFF11 Reviews: Wim Wenders  Pina , U2 Doc  From the Sky DownPina (IFC Films)
Written and directed by Wim Wenders
Rating: 7.5/10

We ended our first day at TIFF with an unconventional choice just because there weren’t a lot of other more viable options, but we certainly were excited to see the return of German auteur Wim Wenders (Wings of Desire) to screens, this time embracing 3D technology for a look at German choreographer Pino Bausch, whose abstract interpretational dance inspired two generations of German dancer. Bausch passed away before Wenders was able to start the film but at the behest of the dancers, he continued to make the movie. The results are not a documentary in the traditional sense as much as a performance piece interspersed with short testimonials and portraits of the dancers who worked with Bausch. You can tell there is an incredible amount of love for what she was able to bring out in all of them, which makes it a particularly moving piece of filmmaking.

Filmed in 3D and taking full advantage of the medium, Wenders is able to find the best angle to capture the performances, whether it’s long shots that show the entire stage or zooming in on one particular dancer. As one might expect, this isn’t the type of dancing we’ve gotten used to from watching MTV or Soul Train, but absolutely wild expressionistic choreography that’s a bit hard to describe. Watching Bausch’s work being performed in this fashion raises many questions, the most pertinent one being “What is dance?” and at times even “What is art?” as her choreography ranges from the mundane to absolutely fantastic repeated movements and acrobatic feats that would seem impossible to the untrained.

While many of Bausch’s more known works are performed in the theater, Wenders also takes the dancers out into real world locations around town so they’re performing in parks, on the streets, and the locales get more and more extreme as the movie proceeds so by the end, the dancers are performing in the mountains. These may be to show how the elements play into Bauch’s work as does the performance of “Full Moon,” an elaborate choreographed piece on a stage where a giant rock is the centerpiece with water pouring from the ceiling and being used as part of the act.

It’s quite an amazing film, though possibly an odd choice for Wenders’ country to pick as their selection for the Foreign Language Oscar being that the little bit of actual talking is in a variety of languages with very little actual German. If you’re not the type who can just let yourself be carried away by music and movement, you might also be incredibly bored by the very straight-ahead approach taken by Wenders to show Bausch’s legacy more through performances than words.


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Directed by Davis Guggenheim
Rating:8/10

From the Sky Down may be the closest Davis Guggenheim comes to a follow-up to It Might Get Loud, branching out from his look at U2 through their guitarist The Edge to do a film that explores U2 during a pivotal phase of their career, transitioning from “The Joshua Tree” through their tour of Americana in “Rattle and Hum” and into the ’90s with “Achtung Baby.”

As the band prepare to play the Glastonbury Festival earlier this year, they decide to revisit their 1991 album “Achtung Baby” on its 20th Anniversary, returning to the original Hansa Studios in Berlin where it was recorded to rework the songs for the show. This is the entry into a fairly candid look at the period after the making of “The Joshua Tree” where things started changing for the band and they started to achieve the stature where they’re at right now.

Unlike “U2 3D” and “Rattle and Hum,” this isn’t strictly a performance film but more of a “making of” done in hindsight, blending old often never-before-seen footage and photos with interviews with all the key players including producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois, as well as photographer Anton Corbijn who played such a large part in the band’s early image.

Going to Berlin to record what would end up being “Achtung Baby” was a fairly friction-filled time for the band as Bono and the Edge were trying to create something inspired by German industrial bands and the growing club scene, something that wasn’t easy to explain to the other half of the band. During this time was also when they tried to stop being so serious and earnest, writing songs about political issues, and turn into a band who realizes the importance of having fun.
For the most part, the movie gives the most screen time to Bono and The Edge, who as always, act as dual spokesmen for the band. At times, Bono comes off a bit pretentious, but other times, quite reflective, fully admitting they may have gone a bit off their original plan with “Rattle and Hum.”

It’s another well-made film by Guggenheim, although some of the decisions, like the style of animation used, seems a bit odd compared to the rest of it. One of his nicest touches is showcasing what a nice singing voice The Edge has as he performs a rendition of “Love is Blindness.”

Obvious, this isn’t something that’s going to be of much interest to anyone who isn’t already a U2 fan or at least interested in music, who will be the ones who most appreciate the way Guggenheim gets the band to open up about their past, as well as the archival footage and actual demos and studio recordings from that era. Hearing a bridge written for “Mysterious Ways” transform into “One” live as it happened is something that fans of the band will truly appreciate since it’s rare to see their process for writing songs in such a fashion.

It’s not the most enlightening film otherwise and you won’t leave it thinking any particularly deep thoughts, but it’s another way the fans are being allowed into the inner workings of a rock band that’s spent so much of its time in secrecy.

Next up, we’ll have reviews of David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method and Pedro Almodovar’s The Skin I Live In.

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Strictly Come Dancing 2011: Waterloo Road’s Chelsee Healey wears revealing outfit

Twinkle toes and jazz hands at the ready, Strictly Come Dancing 2011 launched tonight with more glitz and glamour than a night at the star-studded Oscars.

And Waterloo Road actress Chelsee Healey will certainly have left male viewers across the nation blushing with her incredibly daring outfit.

The 23-year-old showed off her feminine curves and generous bust in a two piece turquoise costume that left little to the imagination.

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Strictly Come Undressing: Waterloo Road actress Chelsee Healey stole the show in her revealing outfit on the launch of series nine of Strictly Come Dancing 2011

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Sex kitten: Chelsee looked nervous before she was paired with Pasha Kovalev, but he grinned leading her away

The young star obviously has other intentions for appearing on the show other than to win, declaring: ‘I am single, and ready to mingle… it’s a treat to be paired up with a hunky dancer.’

She then looked elated as it was announced she would be competing with this year’s only new professional dancer Pasha Kovalev, 31, who replaces Jared Murillo.

Early sparks also seemed to fly with former Premiership star Robbie Savage and his partner Ola Jordan – despite both of them being married.

When host Bruce Forsyth said, ‘Who’s a lucky guy?’ Ola quipped, ‘Who’s a lucky girl!’

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Flirting? Ola Jordan came over all coy during Robbie Savage pairing, saying her husband would be jealous

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Blondes have more fun: Robbie Savage and Ola Jordan looked elated to be teamed together

The 28-year-old, who is the wife of co-star and professional dancer James Jordan, added: ‘My husband’s going to be so jealous.’

Although she may change her mind soon, with the blond hunk revealing: ‘People call me the Marmite man, you either love me or hate me.’

The 6ft 1in sportsman also said his greatest loves are ‘my hair and teeth’.

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(Mc)Flying solo: Harry Judd was doubled up with his very own Ariel mermaid lookalike Aliona Vilani

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Hostess with the mostess: Tess illuminated the screen in canary yellow, interviewing the stars backstage

Ola previously triumphed in series seven, partnering with BBC Breakfast’s Chris Hollins to beat Ricky Whittle and Natalie Lowe to the 2009 title.

McFly drummer Harry Judd looked a little flustered as he was paired with Aliona Vilani, but greeted her with two hugs as bandmate Tom Fletcher watched on enviably from the audience.

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Nervous: New contestants looked anxious before the pairings were announced

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Familiar faces: Judges Craig Revel Horwood, Len Goodman, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli return

The One Show host Alex Jones doubled up with James Jordan, but Edwina Currie stole her moment as she wandered over to Kara Tointon’s other half Artem Chigvintsev to throw her arms around him.

Sadly for the former MP, she was later paired with Vincent Simone instead while Holly Valance won the hand of Artem.

The Australian beauty joked she still has the figure to rock her former Neighbours costume, in which she played school girl Flick.

She said: ‘I still rock that uniform… actually, I don’t think it will fit. I might get one leg in.’

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Everybody needs good Neighbours: Holly Valance dazzled in a silver dress as she waved to the crowd

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Twinkle toes: Anita Dobson beamed with delight as she threw her arms around Robin Windsor

Anita Dobson, former EastEnder and wife of Queen guitarist Brian May, joined forces with Robin Windsor, while singer Lulu burst into giggles as Brendan Cole flipped her over his shoulder and swept her away.

Kristina Rihanoff could barely contain her excitement when she landed Jason Donovan, and Erin Boag clasped her hands and said ‘thank you’ to the heavens as she was partnered with comedian Rory Bremner.

Astrologer Russell Grant, who lost ten stone in weight to take part in the BBC One show, was rewarded for his efforts with Flavia Cacace.

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Defying her years: Despite being 62, Lulu impressed partner Brendan Cole as he whisked her away

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Sophisticated: Alex Jones added a touch of class to the ladies line-up

While Nancy Dell’Olio, who not-so-modestly stated, ‘After Sophia Loren, I am the most famous Italian in the UK,’ was teamed with Anton du Beke.

Daybreak presenter Dan Lobb was paired with Katya Virshilas and Olympics boxer Audley Harrison grinned as he embraced Natalie Lowe.

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Match made in heaven: Jason Donovan and Kristina Rihanoff were over the moon to be teamed together

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Power vocals: Dolly Parton provided entertainment with her song Together You And I from her new album

Judge Alesha Dixon said: ‘They’ll be scared! Petrified! Nervous! You just want to get the first dance out of the way and blow away the cobwebs.’

Fellow panellist Bruno Toniolo added: ‘This is the most tasty pick ‘n’ mix I’ve ever seen. Have fun guys and make it a great show.’

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All right on the night: Host Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly kicked off proceedings for the ninth series

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