Best known for her rendition of 'We'll Meet Again', Dame Vera Lynn died in June 2020 at the age of 103.
The former Pussycat Dolls member has been in the bottom two for three consecutive weeks.
Despite impressing so much over the series she found herself favourite to win the Glitterball Trophy a few weeks ago, Debbie landed in the dreaded dance off last week after slipping down the leader board. Debbie and her professional partner Giovanni Pernice are due to perform the Argentine Tango on tomorrow’s show, but she admitted the routine is potentially “dangerous”.
Ruth Langsford blabbed that she had sailed through to the next round of the hit BBC dance show by posting a boastful video on her Facebook page.
The son of late TV magician Paul Daniels’ has lashed out at Debbie McGee, accusing her of leaving him jobless and facing life on the streets.
It’s been a tough year for TV personality Debbie McGee after losing her husband of 28 years, Paul Daniels. The 77-year-old magician passed away from terminal cancer in March and Debbie has been trying to come to terms with it ever since.
Paul Daniels’ widow wants to compete in his memory on Strictly Come Dancing – as he waltzed on the show six years ago. The magician was partnered with Ola Jordan on the BBC1 contest and McGee already has the backing of Strictly’s pro-dancers Kevin and Karen Clifton, who believe she would be a crowd pleaser in the upcoming series. McGee, 57, below with Daniels, told The Sun: “Paul was on Strictly Come Dancing and that’s something I’d just love to do in his memory.
Britain’s Got Talent magician Richard Jones has been accused of stealing two tricks off the late Paul Daniels.
Paul Daniels’ widow Debbie McGee has opened up about her husband’s tragic death during an appearance on Loose Women, admitting that the 77-year-old was too ill to comprehend that he was dying. Paul sadly passed away from a brain tumour last month and it has now been revealed that the tumour prevented him from processing information. Speaking on the show earlier today, Debbie explained: “He didn’t really understand [he was dying] because the tumour was pressing on the part of the brain that processes information.
Friends and family of the late Paul Daniels gathered yesterday to pay tribute to the star at an intimate service in Buckinghamshire. Today, Paul’s wife Debbie McGee took to Twitter to thank fans, friends and family for their support during what must have been a pretty tough day. The hearse arrived at Chilterns Crematorium, Buckinghamshire shortly after 12.15pm, as his wife, cloaked in black, exited a limousine to lead the tearful funeral procession.
A private funeral service for late magician Paul Daniels took place today with dozens of friends and relatives turning out to pay their final respects to the iconic British entertainer. The hearse arrived at Chilterns Crematorium, Buckinghamshire shortly after 12.15pm, as his wife, cloaked in black, exited a limousine to lead the tearful funeral procession. Among the crowds were Daniels’ nephews and his three sons Paul, Gary and Martin.
Paul Daniels’ widow went back to work as a radio host yesterday, presenting a heart-wrenching tribute show to her husband in which she admitted she wanted to cry. Four days after the magician’s death aged 77, Debbie McGee told listeners of her BBC Radio Berkshire programme how she tried to make her husband’s final days more comfortable. Paul died last week after suffering from brain cancer.
On Thursday it was sadly announced that magician Paul Daniels had passed away following a battle with cancer at the age of 77. The details of Paul’s final moments have now been shared by his heartbroken family, with wife Debbie McGee revealing that her husband used his final bit of energy to tell her that he loved her. Speaking to The Sun, Debbie - who was also Paul’s on stage assistant throughout his glittering career - shared: “I laid next to him in our bed and he whispered to me, ‘I love you’, and then slipped into a kind of coma.
<p>Magician Paul Daniels has died at the age of 77, after being diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour earlier this year. </p><p>In memory of the beloved television personality, a host of famous faces have taken to their social media accounts to share their tributes and personal stories about the man behind the top hat.</p><p>Scroll through our slideshow of remembrance (above) to read some of the most poignant and heartfelt messages.</p><p><b>Rest in peace, Paul Daniels (April 6th, 1938 - March 17th, 2016).</b></p>