JAMES JORDAN has been called out by his wife Ola Jordan after the former Strictly Come Dancing professional made an awkward error while the couple marked their 18th wedding anniversary.
Strictly Come Dancing stars James Jordan, 43, and his wife Ola Jordan, 39, have been married for 18 years, and celebrated their milestone with fans yesterday on social media. However, James put his foot in it when he accidentally mentioned the wrong Ola in his Twitter post, which he shared with his 287,000 followers.
Many fans of the Dancing on Ice winner were quick to comment on James’ “fatal error” after he was called out on his mistake by his other half.
James had shared a wedding photo of the couple, writing alongside it: “She has to be the luckiest girl in the world – to be married to me for 18 years today.
“It’s what you were all thinking but I just said it.
“Anyway @olajordan I love you.”
Unfortunately, James had tagged the wrong Ola Jordan in his tweet, which didn’t go unnoticed by his wife.
Ola retweeted her husband’s post in view of her 291,000 followers and wrote alongside a thinking face emoji: “Who is this the other Ola?”
After seeing Ola’s comment, James replied: “Ooops,” with an added see-no-evil monkey emoji.
Fans rushed to the comments section of James’ post to share their thoughts on his blunder.
Twitter user Mirror Moon penned: “Fatal Error!”
Debbie_Shanelle added: “Haha there is only one Ola & that’s @The_OlaJordan.”
Lorraine Booth penned: “That made me laugh James happy anniversary to you both anyway.”
SJM commented: “Oops! Ha ha! Doghouse for you @The_JamesJordan – it’s not like you have matching handles is it?”
Charlene Smyth replied: “In the doghouse @The_JamesJordan better get begging!”
Ola also shared a tribute to her marriage alongside a black and white wedding snap, where she could be seen in her veil, while James looked dapper in a suit.
Ola wrote: “18 years baby!!!
“Here’s to another year of suffering and misery
“Love you @jamesjordan1978
“(you know I’m joking……… or am I).”
James and Ola met due to their shared love of dance, with their first recorded performance being a partnership at the Dutch Open in 2000, though they did not turn professional until 2003.
The couple married on October 12, 2003, and live together in Maidstone, Kent.
They share one daughter together named Ella,. “Brinkwire Summary News”.