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Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Debbie McGee reveals biggest shock on show | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

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Debbie McGee went down in history last year as she became one of the most well liked contestants on Strictly Come Dancing.

And although she blew the judges away many of the weeks into the show, she was one of the first contestants to get 40 points in the seventh week of the show.

As the clip of her receiving the 40 points played, it showed off Craig Revel Horwood coming out from behind his desk to greet Debbie.

Debbie revealed her shock behind Craig’s next actions, saying: “And at the end of it Craig came out from behind the desk.

“I was honestly thinking he’s coming out to show me what I did wrong!”

The clip showed off host Tess Daly shouting “This is a first!”

Whilst she enjoyed the memory of the 40 points she gained, fellow Strictly alum Steve Backshall commented on her treatment by Craig.

He said: “Look at that - that never happened to me!

“Craig just gave me loads of abuse, and you get a salute!”

Later on in the show Debbie revealed the biggest shock of the series was the affect the show had on her.

She explained: “I didn’t realise how much it would actually have an effect on my life.”

Debbie went on to say that the show helped her through her grief with losing her husband, Paul Daniels.

In 2017’s Strictly series Debbie made it to the final, but was ultimately beaten by Joe McFadden and Katya Jones.

Debbie recently spoke out about her late husband Paul, and how she used to encourage him to flirt with women so he would buy her shoes.

She told the Daily Mail: “Paul and I were walking down Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills — where I would never shop — and I spotted them in a window.

“As we were looking, the sales girl was standing in the doorway.

"She was stunning — statuesque, gorgeous. I said to Paul: ‘Tell you what, you can go in and flirt with her if you buy me these.’

“And he did. They cost £600. I’d never spend that on a pair of shoes.”

Debbie went on add that Paul “flirted with everyone” to “make everyone feel good".

Strictly Come Dancing airs Saturday at 6.10pm on BBC One.

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