She rose to fame in an array of skimpy and glitzy dresses on the Strictly Come Dancing floor.
And it seems Ola Jordan is not one to ever let her glamorous style falter – sporting a tight-fitting lace frock, even in the depths of the Australian jungle.
The professional dancer, 34, certainly won’t have escaped her male campmates’ attention, much like her jealous husband James who was watching from home and issuing a warning about hitting on his ‘firecracker’ wife.
In a live broadcast via Periscope on Saturday night, James asked how he felt about Ola being the centre of attention.
‘It’s to be expected,’ he said. ‘She’s a gorgeous girl and if they hit on her, they hit on her. It will be tough.’
On the Polish-born beauty’s fiery temperament, he added: ‘If you push her and push when she goes she’s a real firecracker, but generally she’s easy to get on with.’
‘She deserves a trophy for putting up with me,’ he added, in jest.
Reality star Ola had arrived at the luxury Villa in Surfers Paradise on Friday in the figure-hugging frock – prior to her entrance to the jungle.
And, after walking a plank 334 feet up and trekking through the wilderness to camp in the outfit, Ola did not seem to feel the need to change.
Shown on Sunday night’s show, yhe star proceeded to set up her bed and sleeping area in the raunchy dress – flashing her bust through the saucy low-cut neckline as she bent down to undo her sleeping bag.
Going braless for the occasion, the pale peach garment showed off plenty of cleavage as well as her flat stomach and slender waist.
Falling just above the knee, the dress featured a stylish lace inset across the hem, which she managed to keep impressively clean amidst the dirt of camp.
Opting for practicality elsewhere, Ola swapped her nude lace and gold wedges for a chunkier pair of hiking boots as she made her way through the foilage to her home for the next three weeks.
She later changed into the usual attire of red trousers and a named T-shirt – but not without flashing further skin by unzipping the number on her way to the toilet.
Ola is one of the 10 brave stars who has headed into the outback for this year’s series, which kicked off on Sunday night.
This year’s celebs are, as ever, a diverse bunch, including TV legend Carol Vorderman, George Clooney’s model ex Lisa Snowdon, reality favourite Scarlett Moffatt, and hunky Emmerdale actor Adam Thomas.
Entering the jungle alongside them were former England footballer Wayne Bridge, Olympian Sam Quek, ex EastEnders villain Larry Lamb, Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo and comedian Joel Dommett.
As is traditional for the show, the camp mates were first split into two teams, with Ola placed in the ‘City celebrity’ group consisting of Carol, Joel, Adam and Jordan.
For their first terrifying task, the fivesome were forced to walk along a narrow plank suspended on top of the Focus Tower on Australia’s Gold Coast.
Admitting heights are one of her first fears, the former Strictly champ said: ‘I’m terrified, I don’t know if I’ll be able to do this.’
The celebrities had to guess when a minute had passed on the plank – which was 334 feet above the Australian city – and the top 3 celebrities would save their partner from participation in the first trial.
She said before walking the plank: ‘I don’t know if my body is going to let me go forward, at all. But I don’t want to disappoint myself, let alone Sam [Quek, her partner].’
Despite facing her fears and walking the plank successfully, Ola did not make the top three, and was not saved by her partner either – meaning things are only set to get worse on Monday night’s episode when she is forced to face the first Bush Tucker trial.
The trial, entitled Tomb of Torment, will see the four losing celebrities enter an ancient deserted tomb in the depths of the Jungle.
Lying side by side underground, the foursome will then be joined by rats, mealworms, spiders, crickets and cockroaches in an attempt to win 10 stars for camp.
The trial will no doubt be a mean feat for Ola, who expressed her fears of both rats and cockroaches at the start of the episode.
Bad to worse: Despite walking the plank successfully, Ola did not make the top three – meaning things are only set to get worse on Monday when she faces the first Bush Tucker trial