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Team Pola - Paul Daniels and Ola Jordan!

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BBC Emily BBC Emily | 17:32 UK time, Wednesday, 13 October 2010

I heart Team Pola - Paul Daniels and Ola Jordan

 

For all you fans of the magical Paul Daniels and Ola Jordan, aka Team Pola (team name approved by Ola herself from your suggestions)...

...If you want to show your support for this couple during the series, there's no better place for it!

Not only can you discuss all things 'Team Pola' by posting your comments below, you can also find useful links to Paul-and-Ola-related-dancing-bits-and-bobs! Team Pola have got some big challenges ahead of them, so they'll be very grateful for some Strictly from their fans!

Paul's biography page

Ola's biography page
Paul's training Diary
Paul's launch Interview
Celeb team name ideas for 2010

 NEW Official Team Pola Wallpaper  

PLEASE NOTE: This blog is an area for fans of Paul Daniels and Ola Jordan to share their enthusiasm and show their support for Team Pola. Overly-negative and critical posts will be removed as Off-Topic.

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    I don't care what the judges said It was really nice to see basic steps and steps I could recognise for a change. Too many couples this year are trying to turn their dances into show dances.

  • Comment number 2.

    I juat want to congratulate Paul - for a chap of his mature years he did a great job and was very entertaining. He ran up the stairs to Tess like a youngster and for a complete beginner was starting to do a few nice steps. Playing it for fun was the correct way as 'romance' with Ola would have been completely inapropriate. The judges expect too much sometimes, as a viewer I could see the routine was played for laughs and Paul's expressions were great, he was laughing at himself and I laughed with him. Sorry to see him go. Ola looked after him and will no doubt be back next year.

  • Comment number 3.

    Ola and James my favourite professional couple!

 

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