Strictly Come Dancing 2019: Catherine Tyldesley’s bizarre training secret revealed 

Strictly Come Dancing It Takes Two guest host Gethin Jones spoke to the pair on Thursday’s edition of the spin off show about how they’ve been preparing for tomorrow night’s dance

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However, Catherine and Johannes left the host bemused after their surprising admission. 

Gethin stepped in to present a couple of episodes of Strictly‘s sister show this week after host Zoe Ball fell ill with flu.

The former Blue Peter presenter was a competitor on the show back in 2008, and made it all the way to the final with partner Camilla Dallerup.

Talking to them about their upcoming routine, the host quickly made them spill a bizarre technique that they’d used in this week’s training sessions

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She admitted that: “It really worked, so throughout the number I’m thinking about toilet issue.

Although it’s probably not the most appropriate thing in the Rumba, a traditionally romantic dance, Gethin quickly: Hey, whatever works right?”

Asking in more detail about the dance, Gethin noted how the judges seem to be particularly aware of footwork in this year’s competition.

He asked: “Is that the main thing she has to focus on? The judges are really picking up on the feet aren’t they.”

Johannes replied: “She’s got gorgeous feet, a dancers foot.”

Drawing on his own experiences in the competition, Gethin jested: “Give it two months and they won’t look like that!”

In this week’s episode, the pair will be performing their Rumba to Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s duet Shallow, from the film A Star is Born

Will Catherine impress enough to be able to work her way up the leaderboard tomorrow night?

Strictly Come Dancing continues tomorrow at 7:15pm on BBC One 

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