BUSINESSWOMAN revealed a Dragon's Den secret about the infamous lift after appearing on the show.
Co-founder of their skincare brand Delhicious Body, Zara Saleem exposed some truths about the much-loved BBC show.
She went into the den to get an investment on her all-natural, vegan skincare brand.
In a TikTok, Zara said she was asked several times if the lift on the show was real.
She answered: "No it's not. You just press a button, get in and the doors open on the other end.
"I was waiting in the lift for a really long time before the doors opened though."
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In another TikTok, Zara admitted: "Deborah [Meaden] was one of my favourite dragons.
"She was really respectful and was quite consciously kind when I was in the den.
"She may seem harsh but she is actually lovely."
Despite getting no investments, the Delhicious Body website blew up and was overwhelmed with support after the episode aired.
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Zara sold out of products and is now looking for a bigger office.
The 19th series of Dragon's Den saw the arrival of marketing mogul Steven Barlett, 28, as a youngest ever dragon replacing Tej Lalvani.
The Botswana-born businessman was a hit with viewers bringing some heated arguments among the dragons as well as sound advice.
Dragon's Den is available to watch now on BBC iPlayer.
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