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With options from True Decadence, Quiz and Pretty Little Thing you're spoilt for choice! #Strictly #scd.'Meanwhile, Debbie, who tragically lost her husband of thirty years, magician Paul Daniels, to a brain tumour last year, addressed a potential romance with her hunky dance partner Giovanni.
The DJ and presenter, 42, will host the series, matching singletons in the countryside with city dwellers looking for romance - as well as a new life.
Airing on BBC Two, Love In The Countryside is being billed as a "warm-hearted show... Urbanites who "want to escape to the country and fall in love" are being invited to apply.
It's such a happy show to work on and you feel like a princess.
Everyone is lovely.'However, the blonde star is hoping to do better than her late spouse - who was eliminated from the competition after just two weeks - did with Ola Jordan.
Not only did the kiss come as a huge shock to viewers, but Giovanni hadn't actually choreographed it and was taken aback when she grabbed his face and pecked him.
She explained: 'In rehearsal I just gently caressed his cheek and gave him a gentle push [during that part of the dance], but actually I didn't really realise until I watched it back how hard I pushed him.
She shocked the nation when she shared a steamy smooch with her professional dance partner Giovanni Pernice on Saturday's Strictly Come Dancing launch.
And Debbie Mc Gee has revealed that her late husband Paul Daniels would have 'happy' about the fact she got raunchy on the dancefloor.
Host Cox said: "As a farmer's daughter living in the capital I'm really excited about uniting rural folks with people from the city."I can't wait to journey over hill and dale, through Britain's glorious countryside on my mission to hopefully help love blossom for the people who work the land, lovingly tend their animals but may have neglected their own hearts."BBC Entertainment commissioning editor Rachel Ashdown said the programme was "more than a dating show"."Love In The Countryside shines a light on the realities of life where the land and farming is still at the heart of the daily routine," she said.