ROSE Ayling-Ellis’s Strictly success has paved the way for her to become one of the BBC’s biggest stars.
Bosses are said to be keen on making the 27-year-old a “poster girl” for the channel, and are planning a documentary about her life and career in the New Year.
It comes after The Sun told this week how TV chiefs are also keen to cast her in an upcoming drama.
A source said last night: “The sky is the limit for Rose, regardless of the result.
“BBC bosses have been blown away by how she has conducted herself.
“She is incredibly inspirational to everyone — not just the deaf community — and has won people over with her charm and courage.
“This could be the start of some very big things for Rose.”
Rose is deaf and uses sign language. She has been credited with flying the flag for the deaf community, particularly after she and Giovanni Pernice danced one of her Strictly routines in a period of complete silence.
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Judge Anton Du Beke described it as “the greatest thing I’ve ever seen on the show”.
Rose has played EastEnders’ favourite Frankie Lewis since 2011.
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