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Craig Revel Horwood rubbishes Ola Jordan's fix claims

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Craig Revel Horwood rubbishes Ola Jordan's fix claims

Craig Revel Horwood has rubbished Ola Jordan's claims that 'Strictly Come Dancing' is fixed.

The 50-year-old star has spoken out after the professional dancer - who quit the show last month - claimed he and his fellow judges Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell and Bruno Tonioli had been over-marking and under-marking certain celebrities.

Craig said: "To be honest, I am so bored of the Jordans now.

"Ola claimed in an interview that the show is fixed and called me pathetic.

"Firstly, 'Strictly' is in no way fixed.

"We're all individuals on the judging panel, and there's no way I could be told what to say. I would leave the programmed if that were the case."

Craig also claimed it was interesting that Ola made no complaints about fixing when she won the show with presenter Chris Hollins in 2009.

He told Woman magazine: "Please - if you're going to bite the hand that feeds you, then at least do it in a more intelligent way."

Ola's husband James Jordan previously caused controversy by suggesting producers were favouring Peter Andre while Jamelia also suggested the show was fixed after she was voted off instead of the 'Mysterious Girl' hitmaker.

However, he has since left the competition after failing to impress with his Jive and American Smooth.