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Debbie McGee, 61, looked back on the time she and her late husband Paul Daniels flew to India and admitted how she had never experienced "anything like it". The Strictly Come Dancing star told listeners how she is yet to return after the frightening experience.

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While looking back on her adventures with the magician, the star detailed a very eventful plane journey on her new podcast, Spill The Tea with Debbie McGee.

She started: "We get on the plane and Paul and I couldn't get seats together, [but] we both luckily had aisle seats about two rows away from each other.

"So we sat down, belted up and everything, and people started to come on the plane. But, they were bringing things on like their chickens and putting them in the overhead lockers."

She added: "Paul and I were looking at each other thinking, 'Oh my goodness, what's going on here?' But, anyway it seemed quite normal to them.

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"After take-off they all get up and walk around as if we're in a pub or something, and chat with each other."

The radio host recalled: "I think people who didn't know each other chatted to each other."

Debbie, who was one of Strictly Come Dancing's celebrity contestants in 2017, went on to tell her listeners about their "crash landing".

She continued: "And then suddenly, Paul and I, who were chatting to each other across the rows, realised that the

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