PUBLISHED: 17:34, Wed, Sep 2, 2020 | UPDATED: 17:34, Wed, Sep 2, 2020
Former Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Joanne Clifton, 38, opened up about dancing the Argentine tango with winner Ore Oduba in 2016, with her brother Kevin Clifton, 37, on his podcast The Kevin Clifton Show. The BBC favourite reflected on their sensational performance and said she wasn't sure they "deserved tens".
I wasn't sure whether we deserved the tens.
Joanne and Ore scored 39 out 40 for their performance which was performed to Kylie Minogue's Can't Get You Out Of My Head.
She began to address their "wobble" as she divulged: "I don't know how I felt about that.
"I knew that something had gone slightly wrong, and also knowing that the Argentine tango wasn't my own strong point either."
She went on to tell Kevin: "So I didn't actually watch it back for a good while after Strictly.
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Joanne Clifton admits she and Ore didn't deserve tens (Image: PA)
Joanne Clifton addresses 'wobble' with winner Ore Oduba (Image: PA)
"I wasn't sure whether we deserved the tens. Because I felt the wobble. I was surprised we got tens."
Backing up his sister, Kevin replied: "Well, I've watched it back and for me, if that's a ten, I can't argue with that.
"I don't look at it and go, 'how did that get a ten?'"
He confessed: "If you told me it's a ten, I'd be like, 'yeah that's a ten.'"
Joanne Clifton talks winning performance with brother Kevin Clifton (Image: PA)