Debbie McGee was talking to resident gardening expert at BBC Radio Berkshire, Colin Evans, when her late husband Paul Daniels’ “smelly” secret was revealed. The Strictly Come Dancing finalist burst into laughter after she recalled what the magician used to buy. The 60-year-old, who hosts a weekly weekend show for the station, said she was glad to finish her spouse’s manure. Her companion branded it the TV star’s “legacy”, saying if he knew he’d find it very amusing. Related articles Debbie McGee: Strictly star lets slip ‘technical’ secret Debbie McGee: Strictly star turns down date in awkward on-air exchange I can’t believe that’s Paul Daniels’ legacy… He’d think that was hilarious “Hydrangeas can certainly do with a feed,” Colin had started. “If you were trimming them back, give them a feed. Pelleted chicken manure – has it all gone, Debbie?” It appeared that this was something he and Debbie had spoken about at length before, as she spoke of her own gardening recently. “At last, Colin!” she replied. “It has all gone and it’s smelly stuff as well. I might have to get some more though.” He told her: “Well I’m glad you got rid of the pelleted chicken manure,” as she explained where it had come from. Debbie continued: “Oh I have. And I was glad to get rid of it, as you know. It went on for years, the amount my husband bought. “Little did he know that, after he died, I could still be spreading that chicken… [Read full story]
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