Debbie McGee makes an epic blunder as she accidentally reveals who leaves Strictly Come Dancing TEN HOURS too early... as Reverend Richard Coles is the second contestant to go

Strictly Come Dancing's Debbie McGee reportedly made an error when she accidentally revealed that Reverend Richard Coles had left the show ten hours too early.

The results segment of the show, which is always recorded on Saturday and aired on Sunday, is always embargoed until it is shown on air - but Debbie let slip that the Reverend had left on her BBC Berkshire radio show at nine o'clock on Sunday morning.

The 58-year-old widow of magician Paul Daniels said that she was 'very sad' to see the Reverend go, before panicking and apologising and trying to cover up with another story.

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Blunder: Strictly Come Dancing's Debbie Mcgee, 58, reportedly made an error when she accidentally revealed that Reverend Richard Coles had left the show too early on her BBC Berkshire radio show on Sunday morning

Blunder: Strictly Come Dancing's Debbie Mcgee, 58, reportedly made an error when she accidentally revealed that Reverend Richard Coles had left the show too early on her BBC Berkshire radio show on Sunday morning

She quickly said: 'He fell over at one point and had to be treated and everything else, so now we're waiting to see what's going to happen in the results show tonight'.

However, the Reverend was the next contestant to go, after he and his professional dance partner Dianne Buswell were in the dance-off against Simon Rimmer and Karen Clifton.

When asked by Tess if he had enjoyed his time on the show, Richard said that his experience was one of joy.

Tried his best: The Reverend had said that it was a 'joyous' experience for him

Tried his best: The Reverend had said that it was a 'joyous' experience for him

Whoops! The widow of magician Paul Daniels said that she was 'very sad' to see the Reverend go, before panicking and apologising and trying to cover up with another story

Whoops! The widow of magician Paul Daniels said that she was 'very sad' to see the Reverend go, before panicking and apologising and trying to cover up with another story

Upon his exit, the Reverend also heaped praise on his dance partner Dianne Buswell. 

He said: 'It's been a joy. Every minute of it I've enjoyed, even when Dianne was hissing through her teeth 'feet, frame, feet, frame', it's been completely joyous. 

'I only forgot to reckon into my strategy that I can't actually dance!'

Going with grace: 'It's been a joy. Every minute of it I've enjoyed, even when Dianne was hissing through her teeth "feet, frame, feet, frame", it's been completely joyous'

Going with grace: 'It's been a joy. Every minute of it I've enjoyed, even when Dianne was hissing through her teeth "feet, frame, feet, frame", it's been completely joyous'

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When asked by Tess what his highlight had been, Richard added: 'So many highlights, I think really it's coming together as a group of people, fellow celebs and pro dancers. It has just been a really really wonderful experience.'

When his partner Dianne was asked if she had any words for him, she said: 'I have had the time of my life and he is a friend for life.'

 Amazing: The Reverend thanked the judges and the other contestants after he was voted out of the competition

 Amazing: The Reverend thanked the judges and the other contestants after he was voted out of the competition

Intense: The Reverend competed in the dance-off with Sunday Brunch presenter Simon Rimmer and his partner Karen Clifton (far left)

Intense: The Reverend competed in the dance-off with Sunday Brunch presenter Simon Rimmer and his partner Karen Clifton (far left)

 Flash! During the sensation Movie Week special on Saturday, the Reverend performed a paso doble to the Flash Gordon theme song

 Flash! During the sensation Movie Week special on Saturday, the Reverend performed a paso doble to the Flash Gordon theme song

Dance for survival: The Reverend performed his exit dance with partner Dianne Buswell after being eliminated from the competition

Dance for survival: The Reverend performed his exit dance with partner Dianne Buswell after being eliminated from the competition

'A joy': When asked by Tess if he had enjoyed his experience, The Reverend called his time on the show 'joyous' 

'A joy': When asked by Tess if he had enjoyed his experience, The Reverend called his time on the show 'joyous' 

The Reverend re-performed his paso doble to the Flash Gordon theme song in the dramatic dance-off, after scoring the lowest score during last night's movie week special.

After his performance, the judges chose to save Simon and Karen for their quickstep to You've Got a Friend in Me from the animation Toy Story. 

When the judges were making their decisions, they agreed that while both couples improved from their previous dance, Simon and Karen were the better couple and chose to save them.

Hosts: Tess Daly (R) and Claudia Winkleman (L) opened the results show, rocking contrasting looks

Hosts: Tess Daly (R) and Claudia Winkleman (L) opened the results show, rocking contrasting looks

Throwback: The professional dancers treated viewers to a sensational performance featuring music from a slew of Disney animated classics

Throwback: The professional dancers treated viewers to a sensational performance featuring music from a slew of Disney animated classics

The surviving couples seemed thrilled to be saved from the competition, including Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins, who was saved with her partner Brendan Cole.

Upon hearing they were safe, Brandan turned to the camera and said 'I'll be good I promise!' after coming to blows with head judge Shirley Ballas after their tango during Saturday's show.

Viewers were also treated to a Disney-themed routine from the professional dancers featuring animated snapshots from some of the biggest animated Disney classics.

Behaving? After GMB host Charlotte Hawkins was sent through the next week, partner Brendan said 'I'll be good I promise!' after coming to blows with head judge Shirley Ballas in Saturdays show

Behaving? After GMB host Charlotte Hawkins was sent through the next week, partner Brendan said 'I'll be good I promise!' after coming to blows with head judge Shirley Ballas in Saturdays show

The pros performed a dance medley featuring snippets from classics including Aladdin and The Little Mermaid.

Actress and stage star Sheridan Smith also performed My Man from the hit West End show Funny Girl during the results show.

The blonde songstress looked sensational in a form-fitting gold dress as she performed the amazing number which also featured dancing by pros Giovanni Pernice and Luba Mushtuk.

Golden era: The pros performed a dance medley featuring music from some of the most beloved Disney classic

Golden era: The pros performed a dance medley featuring music from some of the most beloved Disney classic

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