Debbie McGee, 63, draws attention to herself on Strictly with her eye-catching outfit ‘Still got it.’


Debbie McGee, 63, draws attention to herself on Strictly with her eye-catching outfit ‘Still got it.’

During tonight’s episode of Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two, many were distracted by DEBBIE MCGEE’s entrance.

Debbie McGee, 63, debuted on It Takes Two, a spin-off of Strictly Come Dancing, as a past contestant. Along with Janette Manrara, the TV celebrity, who was married to the late Paul Daniels, did a Rumba masterclass part.

The former Strictly Come Dancing participant dazzled fans with an eye-catching costume that flaunted her lengthy legs.

As the two performed choreography, Debbie followed Janette’s instructions.

Her dance moves as a former magician’s assistant wowed the audience.

She was dressed in a navy blue jumpsuit with a thigh-high split that showed off her legs.

As she danced around the BBC studios, she wore a stunning gown with lace detailing that showed off her assets.

Janette instantly commented on Debbie’s “beautiful” appearance, which was mirrored by Strictly fans watching the iconic BBC Two show.

“I bet Debbie McGee doesn’t possess a single pair of trackie bottoms (hashtag)ItTakesTwo,” Twitter user Frankie and Clover said.

Emma “Oh yeah Debbie, that jumpsuit is fantastic,” Lou Fitz said. “Debbie still looks lovely,” Rylan Glendenning said. “Yeah, @thedebbiemcgee looking stunning as ever,” Rowan A.Crump said. “Debbie still has it,” Siobhan wrote. “How classically stylish is Debbie McGee?” @Barfette added. Jamie Redknapp and his new wife had a baby boy. [LATEST] Sting, 70, reveals his secret to looking young. ‘You can do it,’ says the narrator. [VIDEO] In the wake of his Strictly partner’s health problems, Neil Jones reacts to surgery news. [STRICTLY] Debbie made her appearance after telling BBC Radio Berkshire that she thinks she could be a judge on Strictly Come Dancing.

“With my knowledge of Hollywood, I genuinely think I could [judge the show]extremely well,” she remarked.

The TV personality also spoke on the recent Strictly Come Dancing dramas.

She stated Rhys Stephenson and his partner Nancy Xu, who competed against Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden in the dance-off, were “out of time.”

Though she praised the dance as a whole, she wasn’t sure that Tom and Amy were the worst performers, and in the end, she chalked it up to “personal preference.”

She shouted, “The couple they retained – he was truly out of time!”

“From the first week, I admired Tom and Amy.”


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