Rose Ayling-Ellis is predicted to become one of the BBC’s biggest stars after impressing viewers and TV bosses with her stint on Strictly Come Dancing.

The 27-year-old is already known at the station for playing Frankie Lewis in EastEnders.

But sources say bosses are hoping to capitalise on Rose’s explosion in popularity after noticing how viewers have ‘fallen in love with her’ following her performances on the dance show alongside professional partner Giovanni Pernice.

Rose is now one of the hot favourites to win the competition and is expected to follow in the footsteps of fellow champions, including Stacey Dooley and Ore Oduba, by landing more high profile roles at the BBC.

After her win in 2018, presenter Dooley landed a deal worth an estimated £200,000 to keep her at the station.






Strictly's Rose 'tipped to be next Stacey Dooley' with lucrative offers flooding in


Rose Ayling-Ellis has been wowing fans and TV bosses alike on Strictly with her performances with Giovanni Pernice









Strictly's Rose 'tipped to be next Stacey Dooley' with lucrative offers flooding in


The star landed a role in the dance competition after starring in EastEnders- but is tipped to move on to big things
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“Rose is a star and is exactly what the BBC need,” an insider told the Mail On Sunday. “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.

“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,” they added.

Already on a star on the rise, Rose’s popularity catapulted after she reduced the judging panel – fans tuned in at home – to tears with her couple’s choice routine that saw her and Giovanni perform in total silence.







Strictly's Rose 'tipped to be next Stacey Dooley' with lucrative offers flooding in


Stacey and now boyfriend Kevin Clifton lifted the glitterball trophy in 2018
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Strictly's Rose 'tipped to be next Stacey Dooley' with lucrative offers flooding in


Stacey went onto land a number of presenting roles at the BBC after impressing viewers
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The moment was dedicated to the deaf community with Rose explaining that she hoped to shed light on her own experience in dancing while being unable to hear the music.

The emotive dance to Clean Bandit’s track Symphony has already been tipped to win the Best TV moment at next year’s BAFTA Awards.

The honour went to Diversity in 2021 for their powerful Black Lives Matter inspired routine on Britain’s Got Talent.






Rose and Giovanni wowed viewers last week


Rose and Giovanni wowed viewers last week with their ‘silent’ dance



This week Rose and Giovanni scored 37 out of 40 for their Quickstep to Frozen’s Love Is An Open Door on the show’s annual Musicals Week.

Rivals Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin topped the leaderboard with a perfect 40 for their couple’s choice to Revolting Children from the Matilda musical

While McFly’s Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden, and BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker and Nadiya Bychkova, wound up at the bottom of the board with 31 points each.







Strictly Come Dancing's Rose Ayling-Ellis was quick to support her professional dance partner Giovanni Pernice, as he shared his frustration over a small mistake


Rose and Giovanni transformed into characters from musical Frozen for their latest performance
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Dan was delighted to be awarded his highest score to date for his Charleston while a visibly upset Tom was told by the judges his routine ‘lacked heart.’

Judge Motsi Mabuse told him: “You wanted to get every single step right and you controlled yourself a little bit too much.”

She continued: “But still, when you are speaking about dancing, there was still a high quality of technique in your dancing.”


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