Strictly Come Dancing’s Rose Ayling-Ellis reveals how she will hear the music as she prepares to take to the dancefloor

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STRICTLY Come Dancing star Rose Ayling-Ellis will “feel” the music as she prepares to take to the dancefloor on Saturday night time.

The EastEnders actress is deaf however loves to blast albums in her car and go to music gigs with mates.

EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis talked about she’ll ‘really actually really feel’ the music on Saturday night time as she takes to the Strictly dancefloorCredit: BBC

Rose – who performs Mick Carter’s daughter Frankie on the BBC cleaning cleansing cleaning soap – furthermore went to ballet school as only a bit girl, and talked about: “They assume we hear nothing.

“But hearing stuff isn’t just about hearing stuff in your ear. It’s also visual, you watch the show, you feel it as well.”

She added to The Guardian: “Nothing is impossible, and I know that a lot of deaf children grow up in society that thinks that it’s not possible [for them to succeed]. But no – you can do it.”

Rose outlined how she will uncover a fashion to choose up the beat of the music, in order that she can dance in time on Strictly.

The actress added to BBC News: “It is a typical misunderstanding that deaf folks can’t have the good thing about music.

“I have a hearing aid, so I pick up some of the music and I can hear the beat. I can hear someone singing, but I can’t identify exact words. I also feel the vibrations.”

This means the vibrations from the dwell band led by Dave Arch is also felt by the massive dancefloor at the present’s Elstree studios.

The EastEnders star talked about she will uncover a fashion to use her knowledgeable companion for steering to protect in time with the rhythm.

“I will be focusing on reading my partner’s body language plus counting in my head, which will help me with timing,” she says. “So for me it’s a combination of everything.”

Rose added: “However not all deaf individuals are the comparable, each deaf specific individual will have their very private distinctive expertise with music.

“I do love music and I can’t wait to be taught how to dance at a professional level for Strictly!”

One decide has little doubt that Rose will impress viewers on Saturday night time.

Motsi Mabuse admitted she thought the present’s first deaf contestant was “one to watch”.

Rose plays Mick Carter’s daughter Frankie on EastEnders
Rose performs Mick Carter’s daughter Frankie on EastEndersCredit: BBC

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