On Saturday night, the show “Strictly Come Dancing”, the British (BBC) version of “Dancing with the Stars”, was won by Rose Ayling-Ellis, a deaf actress.
Moment of Emotion, Saturday evening, on BBC. For the first time in 19 volumes, “Strictly Come Dancing” has crowned a deaf personality from birth.
Indeed, it was British actress Rose Ayling-Ellis (27) who won the final against pastry chef and television columnist John White.
Famous across the channel for her role in the mythological series “EastEnders”, one of the longest broadcasts ever in the United Kingdom, the young lady reassured the public with a dance inspired by “Romeo and Juliet”.
Rewarded for 13 weeks of intense effort, the actress logically leveraged the program to educate the audience about the cause of the deaf and hard of hearing. With the help of her partner Giovanni Pernis, she danced without music for 20 seconds so that everyone could see her daily life.
The unhappy finalist, John White, for his part, became the first participant in the dance “Strictly Come Dancing” in the company of a man. With Johannes Radebe, they therefore formed the first male couple in the show’s history.
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