STRICTLY finalist Rose Ayling-Ellis will play her ace card in tomorrow’s final by performing her “silent dance” for a second time.
The moving routine had viewers of the BBC1 dance contest in tears as it featured a lengthy section where she moved around the dancefloor without the sound of music.
Deaf EastEnders actress Rose, 27, wanted to give onlookers a sense of what it waslike to live in a world where you could hear nothing.
Speaking as she made last-minute preparations for this weekend, she said: “That dance changed my life. So I'm going to give it everything I’ve got.
“I want to enjoy it because it’s my last Saturday night ever – I just want to thank the public for keeping me in and believing in me.”
They performed their now-famous couple’s choice dance last month, to Clean Bandit's Symphony, and won wide praise with many heralding it as the TV moment of the year.
It will be one of three they perform tomorrow as they compete to take home the glitterball against John Whaite with Johannes Radebe and AJ Odudu with Kai Widdrington.
Rose’s partner Giovanni Pernice, 31, added: “It was such a big moment it would be weird for us not to do it. Obviously the signing moment was so powerful and because this got so much attention.
“It’s just fair to do it again – it’s the right thing to do. But for us Saturday night is a celebration – we’re in the final, we made it all the way, then que sera sera.”
Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturday on BBC1 at 7pm.
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