Inside Rose Ayling-EllisStrictly celebration with boyfriend & Giovanni Pernice

ROSE Ayling-Ellis felt as though she was having an out of body experience when she was announced as the ‘Strictly Come Dancingfinal winner on Saturday night.

The ‘EastEndersactress and her professional partner Giovanni Pernice beat John Whaite and Johannes Radebe to lift the glitterball trophy and Rose admits she couldn’t quite believe it when she discovered she was the 2021 champion.

Strictly's Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice celebrated their historic win

Strictly’s Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice celebrated their historic win

In an interview with The Guardian newspaper, sy het gese: “I was so shocked. It was really weird – it felt like I was out of my body for a moment.

We celebrated. There was a bit of prosecco, and dancing.

Roos, 27, paid tribute to Giovanni, 31, for all his support during the series, and praised him for his patience teaching her how to dance and adapting his methods to accomodate her hearing impairment.

Die aktrise – who has been deaf since birth – gesê: “Giovanni has been incredible.

He really supports every single step – and I mean every single step: even when I’m doing stuff on my own he, off-camera, is giving me timing.

“There are a lot of ups and downs and some dances are harder than others. But Giovanni is such a good teacher, and he’s really adapted to the way I learn, rather than making me learn it in his way.”

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Roos – who was able to Bluetooth music directly to her hearing aids to assist her in rehearsalsadmits the entire ‘Strictlyexperience has been “lewe- veranderend” and she hopes her win shows thatdeaf people can do anything”.

Sy het gese: “It has been life-changing. I try not to think about it ending too much because it makes me feel really sad.

“I feel more confident. On the first week, I was really shy, but now I can be myself, and I definitely feel more comfortable in my own skin. The first week, ek was soos, ‘Everyone’s going to be expecting a deaf person to dance really badly.’

But I definitely proved a lot of people wrongWhat is more important is breaking the barrier, proving that deaf people can do anything. I feel that I’ve achieved that.

Rose’s rarely seen boyfriend, Samuel Arnold, made his studio debut as he burst with pride supporting his soap star love over the weekend.

Sam jumped for joy as Rose was crowned the winner of the 2021 series alongside Giovanni becoming the first deaf person to win.

Die EastEnders star has tried to keep her personal life out of the public eye, and could be the reason why Sam did not appear in the Blackpool studio before the final.

Rose and Giovanni celebrated with prossecco and 'a bit of dancing'

Rose and Giovanni celebrated with prossecco and ‘a bit of dancingKrediet: Instagram
Rose's boyfriend Samuel Arnold was also on hand to celebrate their win

Rose’s boyfriend Samuel Arnold was also on hand to celebrate their winKrediet: Instagram
Rose described having an out of body experience when the winners were announced

Rose described having an out of body experience when the winners were announcedKrediet: PA
Giovanni also took the Glittberall trophy to bed with him

Giovanni also took the Glittberall trophy to bed with himKrediet: Instagram

Rose Ayling-Ellis’s boyfriend bursts with pride as he makes Strictly debut to cheer her on in final

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