Strictly’s Rose Ayling-Ellis suffers setback days before live show this weekend

Strictly Come Dancing star Rose Ayling-Ellis has suffered an awful setback just days before this weekends live show on Saturday night.

She has made history as the first ever deaf contestant to appear on the BBC dancing competition and her partner Giovanni has been learning sign language to prepare for their rehearsals.

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On an Instagram live yesterday, Giovanni and Rose revealed that her hearing aid had broke which left her completely deaf and unable to hear anything ahead of this weekends show.

Giovanni uploaded a video with Rose telling fans that they had some news before panning the camera to Rose.

She said: “This morning my hearing aid broke but I think it’s because I sweat so much it broke it… so I can’t hear anything at all!”

Giovanni then said: “So NHS please be quick! We need it!”

Rose then joked that it was nice as she didn’t have to hear Giovanni’s voice.

Rose then reposted the video to her own Instagram account before reassuring fans: “Nobody need to panic, it’s a very normal life for deaf people.”

Last week saw Rose and Giovanni score an impressive 36 from the judges for their Titanic themed Foxtrot during Movie Week and Rose has since been tipped as a potential winner for the glitterball trophy.

Rose is best known for playing Frankie Carter – daughter of Mick Carter – in Eastenders after joining the soap last year. Frankie has become popular with viewers and her co-stars have backed her as she appears on Strictly.

Following her first performance in week one, on-screen dad Danny Dyer commented his support on her Instagram post.

He wrote: “Absolutely f***** fearless Rose. So proud.”

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