Paul Daniels’ widow has been unqualified to practise her lifts for the BBC show with partner Giovanni Pernice after ruining her back.
The 59-year-old has admitted that she was even unable to get up about her instate after rehearsing ahead of her Salsa to I Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You by Boys Borough Gang.
Speaking about the routine, Debbie commented: “Our narrative for the salsa is that I’m an optician and I’m conferring Giovanni an eye test. I’ve had to work much harder with this social.
“The hip wiggle is a figure of eight and you’ve got to make sure that the fringing on your get-up moves about!”
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I couldn’t even get up out of a chair earlier in the week
But, Debbie continued: “We’ve got three lifts, but I’ve injured my back again so we haven’t been adept practice them much.
“I couldn’t even get up out of a chair earlier in the week. But that’s the Strictly tour I suppose,” during an interview with the Daily Telegraph.
Debbie, who was understood the maximum 40 points for her the Tango last Saturday, went on to address Aston’s debatable elimination after a dance off with Mollie King.
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“There was unmitigated horror when they announced that Aston was in the dance-off,” she thought. “The studio went completely quiet. Because he was so good, the viewers reflection that he was safe.
“The judges score on pure technique and they induce a knowledge that we don’t. Mollie improved her technique in the dance-off and so that’s why crumpet judge Shirley [Ballas] saved her.”