STRICTLY’S Nicola Adams is risking a clash with show bosses after teasing she’ll set up a steamy OnlyFans account with her girlfriend.
The boxer, 37, who has been in a relationship with Ella Baig, 22, for two years, asked her Instagram followers if she should join her on the X-rated site, the Mail revealed.
Recording a video on a recent holiday in Mykonos, Greece, Nicola cheekily asked: “Ella doesn’t know… yet, what do you think about me and Ella doing some couples OnlyFans?”
It was a landslide result in favour of her signing up, with 82 per cent responding “yes”.
The Sun has contacted a representative for Strictly for comment.
Ella already has an account where her fans can pay £20 a month to see nudes and sexual content or £140 for a full year’s subscription.
The platform is popular with celebrities as a way of making big money and fast.
Former Disney star Bella Thorne recently became the first user to earn a $1million in just 24 hours on the site.
When Strictly returns to screens Nicola will be part of its first ever same-sex pairing.
The Olympian clinched a gold medal at the London 2012 Games and repeated the feat at Rio 2016.
In doing so, she became the first openly LGBT person to take Olympic gold.
Bisexual Nicola’s place on the upcoming series was revealed on The One Show last month along with Jason Bell, the ex fella of Girls Aloud’s Nadine Coyle, and Radio 1 DJ ’s Clara Amfo.
Pro dancers Graziano Di Prima and South African Johannes Radebe last year performed together, Strictly’s first one-on-one single gender routine. But they were not part of the main competition.
Now the Beeb is poised to follow ITV’s Dancing On Ice, which earlier this year featured Ian ‘H’ Watkins and professional Matt Evers being paired.
Fans praised the BBC for its decision, with one, Claire Hayward, posting: “It’s great to be having a female same-sex couple on Strictly. I really admire Nicola so I’m pleased to see she is going to be the first one.”
Insiders said BBC bosses also want the 18th series, starting on October 24, to present their most diverse line-up following the Black Lives Matter protests.
Bell, 42, a one-time NFL player with the Dallas Cowboys, is part of that push. He has daughter Anaiya, six, with Nadine, 35, although the couple split last year.
And Clara, 36, who hosts the mid-morning radio programme, has been praised for an emotional speech after the death in the US of George Floyd this year.
The BBC’s move for greater diversity follows accusations of racism previously — with stars of colour being voted out first.
Russian pro Katya Jones is keen to be partnered with Nicola.
A source told The Sun: “Katya has been telling everyone on the show how keen she is to be paired with Nicola. She’s a huge believer in girl power and thinks they’d make a great team and be a hit with the viewers at home.
“She sees it as a chance to make history but also to redeem herself on the show after her scandal two years ago.
“She’s a real girls’ girl and is keen to move on from that.
“Equally, show bosses know that Katya will have everyone talking about her and Nicola if they partner them together.”