Strictly’s Rose Ayling Ellis reveals the top advice her EastEnders co-stars have given her

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STRICTLY’S Rose Ayling Ellis has revealed the top advice her EastEnders co-stars have given her forward of her dancefloor debut.

The 26-year-old actress – who performs Frankie Lewis in the BBC cleaning cleansing cleaning soap – is the first ever deaf celeb to participate in Strictly.

Strictly’s Rose Ayling-Ellis has revealed what advice she has obtained from her EastEnders co-starsCredit: PA
Rose plays Frankie Lewis in the BBC soap
Rose performs Frankie Lewis in the BBC cleaning cleansing cleaning soapCredit: BBC

Rose follows in the glittering footsteps of quite a lot of her EastEnders co-stars together with Natalie Cassidy, Kellie Bright, Scott Maslen and Maisie Smith.

Ahead of the Strictly launch this Saturday, Rose revealed how her co-stars who had taken to the dance ground earlier than her have given her some ideas.

She acknowledged: “I have had advice from Natalie, and she or he acknowledged all the time be snug in what you positioned on.

“So if anything feels long, always say ‘can I have it a bit shorter’. Emma [Barton], she told me just to be myself.

“Just be who I am, if I’m shy, if I’m being awkward, just definitely be myself.”

Rose wished to maintain up her involvement in Strictly quiet earlier than it was formally launched, nonetheless when she might, she educated her cleaning cleansing cleaning soap household first.

She acknowledged: “I told Danny [Dyer] first, and he said he was so proud of me. Then I told Maddy [Hill] and then Kellie, they are all so, so excited for me.”

However, because of coronavirus restrictions, Rose should not make sure if her on-screen household will have the talent to be in the viewers to assist her.

She acknowledged: “I think that they will, they want to but because of Covid, I don’t know.”

As for the means she feels about being the first deaf contestant, Rose acknowledged: “I truly actually really feel like I have a function.

“Being the first deaf person on Strictly I felt it would be a good chance to break the stereotype of what deaf people can and can’t do.”

Rose told Danny Dyer first about her Strictly gig
Rose educated Danny Dyer first about her Strictly gigCredit: BBC
Co-star Emma Barton - who has also taken part in Strictly - gave her some words of advice
Co-star Emma Barton – who has furthermore taken half in Strictly – gave her some phrases of adviceCredit: PA

Strictly launches on Saturday, September 18 at 7.45pm on BBC One.

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