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Kevin Clifton says Stacey refuses to give him inside info for new show as fan queries post

Despite the pair being in a relationship and living together, ex Strictly Come Dancing professional Kevin Clifton, 37, said girlfriend Stacey Dooley, 34, refuses to tell him what’s coming up in her BBC show. The pre-recorded programme features four people who attempt to convince a celebrity panel that they are the real homeowner of a property in a bid to win £1,000.

Kevin insisted he was shocked after Michael 1 was unveiled as the real home owner in the latest episode.

In view of his 250,00 followers, he wrote: “Whaaaaaaaat???!! Michael 4 #thisismyhouse.”

He later said he guessed the real homeowner correctly. 

One fan commented: “But surely you have insider knowledge @keviclifton?!!!!”

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In response to this, another wrote: “I don’t think Stacey would be able to tell anyone about who’s house it is, just in case it got out then we wouldn’t watch the program would we!!!!!”

“She refuses to tell me,” Kevin went on to clarify.

A third added: “I don’t understand how this show is soo damn watchable! Love it!!”

The professional dancer is no stranger to sharing his thoughts about his girlfriend’s shows on social media.

Earlier this week, he jokingly mocked her efforts on The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer.

She said: “Gloria, you won’t remember me, but we met in 2018, it was one of the best days of my life. And, this is what you mean to me.”

Kevin couldn’t resist poking fun at Stacey’s efforts and wrote: “Haven’t laughed so much in ages,” followed by crying with laughter emojis.

Gloria later responded to Kevin’s post, writing: “Thank you so much, Stace!!

“Although… where’s my hair, girl? I quite love your version… simple and yummy!”


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