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rid it of some of the wrin­kles caused by 74 years of puff­ing fags. I await the re­sults with in­ter­est. Be­cause I once had bird s*** smeared over my mug in a bid to look more youth­ful. Ja­panese nightin­gale poo, to be pre­cise. It was my first “geisha facial” – a £180 treat­ment favoured by celebs such as Posh and An­gelina Jolie. But it didn’t do the job. So I won’t be go­ing back for No2. THE mak­ers of a health sup­ple­ment called “Ac­tive Sil­ver” had an early Christ­mas present this week when Strictly favourite Deb­bie McGee hailed its health ben­e­fits.

Deb­bie, 59, takes a spoon­ful of the £15 po­tion – which con­tains tiny amounts of the metal – ev­ery morn­ing.

With reg­u­lar yoga and pi­lates, she reck­ons it’s why she’s so fit and sup­ple.

I pre­dict a stam­pede for Deb­bie’s sil­ver po­tion from en­vi­ous 50-plus view­ers like me – be­cause the bril­liantly bendy plat­inum blonde has left us gasp­ing with her awe­some agility and in­cred­i­ble stand­ing splits.

When she lifts that glit­ter ball – as she surely must? – next month, I hope danc­ing Debs is in­un­dated with of­fers of work.

She’s a glo­ri­ous am­bas­sador for the sil­ver gen­er­a­tion – with a per­son­al­ity that is TV gold.

HIGH ACHIEVER: Deb­bie on Strictly

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