Strictly’s Kevin Clifton warned dont you dare after sister Joanne won

Strictly Come Dancing: Joanne Clifton dances with Ore Oduba

The first thing Kevin said to his sister when she won the BBC show was “don’t you dare”. She was partnered with Ore Oduba when the pair took the competition by storm and bagged the winning spot.

Joanne, 40, said when she found out she immediately went over to her brother and apologised. In a new interview with Betway, she admitted that she felt bad.

The pair have always been close with Joanne confessing that she felt an overwhelming amount of guilt for taking the trophy home. She told him: “I’m, sorry!”

“Don’t you dare say sorry,” responded Kevin. He went on to add that he was “proud” of how far she had come and wanted her to succeed.

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The moment that it was announced that Joanne had won the series alongside her celebrity partner she said Kevin ran over and spun her around.  

“I remember Kevin ran over to me, he picked me up and spun me around,” she recalled.

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The ballroom dancer said she was more worried about fainting on live TV. 

Discussing her complete shock, she said that she did not expect it at all. 

She quipped: “When we won, the shock on my face was incredible.

“We did not expect it at all. I was in shock to the point where I couldn’t even smile.”

Looking back on her time as a dancer on the programme she came very close to her older sibling – with them both having successful dance partners.

During her third year, they ended up pitted against each other – with Joanne beating him.

“Strictly is a lot of work, and you do get emotional.”

Their parents remained neutral, telling friends and family to vote for the other contestants as they said: “If one of them wins, we won’t know what we will do!”

Strictly Come Dancing 2023 concludes tonight at 7pm on BBC One.

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