STRICTLY Come Dancing’s Debbie McGee reportedly done a HUGE blunder by giving divided the outcome 10 hours before it aired on TV.
The former magician’s partner is pronounced to have done a large mistake in a radio speak this morning as she confirmed Reverend Richard Coles was given the boot.
Paul Daniels’ widow done an coming on BBC Radio Berkshire currently to speak about her time on the dance show.
She was asked about the performances on film week, and she let trip that she was “very sad” to see Richard go home, reports The Mirror.
The announcement reports that Debbie then backtracked and attempted to cover her mistake with a weird story.
She reportedly said: “He fell over at one indicate and had to be treated and all else…
“So now we’re watchful to see what’s going to occur in the results show tonight.”
The results show is filmed on Saturday night, but it is not promote until Sunday.
Richard Coles became the second luminary to be given the foot after his Flash Gordon dance fell flat.
The maestro broadcaster faced Simon Rimmer in the dance off and got sent home.
Richard, 55, dressed up as the iconic film impression for a Paso Doble on last night’s show, but he finished up in the bottom two.
He was assimilated by Simon, who remade into Buzz Lightyear to dance a Quickstep to You’ve Got a Friend in Me from Toy Story.
They both achieved again for the dance off, and it was Richard who got sent home.
Craig Revel Horwood chose to save Simon, and the 3 other judges followed suit.
Craig said: ““I adore the party value of one couple, we really have to save the couple that are technically better and that’s Simon and Karen [Clifton].”
Darcey Bussell added: “This is always impossibly formidable since they both done improvements to their dance but the couple we would like to save, just for a better technical dance, is Simon and Karen.”
Head judge Shirley Ballas agreed.
When asked by Tess if he enjoyed his time on the show, Richard said: “It’s been a joy.
“Every notation of it I’ve enjoyed, even when Dianne was hissing by her teeth ‘feet, frame, feet, frame’…
“It’s been totally joyous. we only forgot to reckon into my strategy that we can’t actually dance!”
He added: “I consider really it’s coming together as a organisation of people, associate celebs and pro dancers.
“It has just been a really unequivocally smashing experience.
“And also it’s really critical that nothing of this would have happened if it wasn’t for the illusory crew, wardrobe, hair and make-up, production, the illusory rope and the judges too.”