Len Goodman died

Len Goodman’s terrifying prophesy about his own passing was off by just one day when he passed away.

Len Goodman had a premonition of his own passing exactly six months before his family informed him that he had passed away tragically.
It was announced today that the fan favourite on Strictly Come Dancing has passed away, leaving the entertainment industry in shambles just one day before his devastating prediction.

After a brief bout with bone cancer, the well-liked television actor has been recovering in a hospice in the town of Tunbridge Wells in the county of Kent.
On Saturday night, the television judge passed away as his loved ones were by his side. On Tuesday, he would have turned 79 years old had he lived.

“My dad had the right idea, he loved gardening and he had a stroke while he was out in the garden. He was 79 so if I go the way of my dad, that’ll be next year,” he told the MailOnline.

“I don’t make a fuss about stuff like that. It’s like when you have a car — you keep it serviced but even so, you’ll have some trouble with your carburettor and you’ll need to get it fixed, and eventually the whole thing will conk out, and there you go.

When Len Goodman announced his retirement half a year ago, it seemed like he was making the prediction.

My grandfather was an avid gardener, and he suffered a stroke while he was working outside in the garden. He had the right idea. According to what he shared with MailOnline, “He was 79 so if I go the way of my dad, that’ll be next year.”

“I don’t get worked up over trivial matters like that. When you own a car, you take it in for regular maintenance, but eventually, you’ll run into issues with the carburetor and have to get it replaced. Eventually, the entire thing will stop working, and then it’s too late.

The Queen Consort is said to be distressed by the news, according to Buckingham Palace
After hearing the tragic news this morning, there has been an outpouring of condolences and tributes for the actor.
The Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, and the Queen Consort have both expressed their regret and sadness at the news.
Devastated Craig Revel Horwood joked about remembering his friend’s catchphrases from the BBC show while he expressed his grief over the loss of his pal.
On Twitter, he wrote, “I’ve just woken up to the sad news that my gorgeous colleague and dear friend Len Goodman has passed away.” Len Goodman was a journalist.My thoughts and prayers are with his wonderful wife Sue and all of his family. I always referred to him as Len Goody Goodman, and the phrase “It’s a ten from Len & seveeeeern” will stay with me for the rest of my life. RIP Len.”
Bruno Tonioli, one of the judges on Strictly Come Dancing, has stated that he will “treasure” the memories of the “incredible adventures and hundreds of shows” that he and his partner judge have shared together.
Brendan Cole, a dancer, stated on This Morning that “Strictly Come Dancing is not the same without him because of the smile and the energy he brought.” He was an outstanding dude.”
Although he had been diagnosed with cancer in the past, he continued to work on Dancing With the Stars in the United States as well as a series of Strictly.
During an appearance on Good Morning Britain, he mentioned that someone had brought his mole to someone’s attention when he was playing golf, and that person recommended him to get it looked out.
He explained, “I have no medical training whatsoever, so I asked, ‘I don’t know, what is it?'” I went, and they removed it, and it is no longer there. It was a small little spot on my forehead… presumably because I play a lot of golf and I don’t wear a hat, which I do now. Now that I think about it, I definitely should have been wearing a hat.