The soap actress won the BBC dance show last year and wowed viewers as the first deaf contestant. She has been credited for boosting the number of sign language learners since her appearance on the dance show.
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EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis was honored and awarded an MBE by the Queen for her work raising awareness of the deaf community.
The 27-year-old star has played Frankie Lewis on the BBC soap since 2020 and claimed the win for herself last year when she competed on the show Seriously Come and Win.
Rose was the first deaf contestant on the hit BBC show and her presence on the show spurred fans to start learning sign language while she also won the glittering ball trophy with her. with 33-year-old ballroom dancer Giovanni Pernice.
Rose is now expected to be named the recipient of the title of Member of the British Empire on the HM Queen’s birthday honor roll.
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The Sun on Sunday newspaper reported: “She has now become one of the gong teams for services to the deaf community, thanks to her ballroom win on BBC’s Seriously. Her performances – including a somewhat silent one – sent sign-language courses enrollment skyrocketing. ”
And a source told the publication: “Her success on Serious has illuminated the deaf community in a way that has surpassed everyone’s expectations.
“Not only has she raised awareness of the challenges faced by the deaf, she has been a real inspiration to them – especially young people. She really broke the boundaries. “
It’s perhaps no surprise that Rose attracted the attention of Her Majesty, The Queen, as it was revealed last weekend that Monarch was a fan of Seriously and watched the show.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, visited the EastEnders set with Prince Charles on Friday when she met Rose face-to-face and told her the Royals would love to see how she performs on the show of the BBC.
The Duchess gasped: “Rose, star Serious. I said we all voted for Rose, I don’t know how you did all those dances.”
Rose then plucked up the courage to ask: “May I ask you, Did the Queen watch Seriously Come Dance?”
Camilla confirmed that Monarch did, saying: “I think she does. She was probably stalking you.”
The Daily Mail later quoted Rose as telling them: “It’s really funny because she’s a huge fan of Serious Come and she mentioned that she voted for me the movie was worth it. love and her grandchildren watch it.
“It was wonderful, it was lovely. I mean, the Royal family vote for me, sometimes you forget how many people watch the show, I’m so thoughtful. ”
A sequel to Serious is expected to begin airing around August – with fans set to see Anton Du Beke return to the jury once again after impressing the first bosses with his made a brief appearance on the hot seat in 2020, and then a full judge. five.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood confirmed that Anton has effectively replaced Bruno Tonioli – who hasn’t appeared on the show full time since 2019 as Covid and whose commitment to Dancing With The Stars in the US has made him We can’t go to the UK.
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Craig said: “I really love Anton. I think he’s amazing. I think last year he did a great job as a judge. Seriously. And we just found out that he’s going to do it one day. again this year.”
The choreographer has admitted that he misses Bruno’s “energy” on the board.
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