Strictlys Rose struggles to train when its raining as noise interferes with vibrations

Strictlys Rose struggles to train when its raining as noise interferes with vibrations

Rose Ayling-Ellis struggles to rehearse for Strictly Come Dancing when it rains, host Claudia Winkleman has revealed.

EastEnders star Rose, 27, has been dazzling fans of the BBC show with her and Giovanni Pernice's incredible performances week after week.

Rose has been breaking records throughout her appearance on the series, after being the first deaf contestant on the show and becoming the star to have the earliest perfect score within series history.

And Rose and Giovanni's impressive dances have firmly placed them as favourites to win, making the pair the talk of the series.

Now, after Shirley Ballas revealed the audience were banned from clapping during Rose and 31 year old Giovanni's performances, host Claudia Winkleman has given viewers a further insight.

Claudia explained Rose faces some behind-the-scenes challenges when practicing her jaw-dropping dances.

Claudia, 49, gushed over Rose as she said: "Rose is fantastic…she’s properly funny. I hope that comes across. She’s a fabulous dancer. The fact she’s deaf comes way down the list of the extraordinariness of the charm of Rose."

She added: "She finds it difficult to train when it’s really raining as it messes with the vibrations in her chest."


The Strictly host explained to The Big Issue magazine, revealed she has learned some sign language.

"The first thing I wanted to learn, although I haven’t had to use it, was, 'The judges are horrid'," she explained.

It comes after Rose was tipped for huge success after winning over millions with her captivating dances.

Rose is rumoured to be in discussions with BBC to be the lead new documentaries and entertainment shows, following in Stacey Dooley's footsteps.

Renowned presenter Stacey won Strictly in 2018 and signed a deal with the BBC reportedly worth more than £200,000.

A source told the Mail Online: "Rose is a star and is exactly what the BBC need. The nation has fallen in love with her.

"Everything about her is so charming and lovely. She has won a fan base of millions of people in the matter of a few weeks.

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"She resonates with the young and the old, which is exactly what the BBC needs right now – and there are a number of projects being discussed for her after the show."

Rose and Giovanni's silent performance has also been tipped to win the Bafta TV Moment of the Year prize next year.

The judges were left in awe of Rose after the surprising moment in their routine. Motsi Mabuse said through tears: “This was so special, sometimes it’s more than just scores and dancing, it was just the moment and we just had that. Thank you so much for that.”

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