STRICTLY Come Dancing’s Molly Rainford has revealed her surprising career plans for when she finishes the show.
But once the series has wrapped, the CBBC actress has her sights set on something slightly different.
Molly is best known for starring in kids’ telly show Nova Jones. She plays the lead character Nova, who is a galactic pop star.
Contudo, she has now exclusively told The Sun Online that she would love to switch to radio hosting once Strictly is over.
Molly, who went to stage school, disse: “I love presenting. I’ve met so many people on this show who do radio, so that’s something that’s definitely up my street.”
Insisting she wants to keep “all doors open”, the star said she would also love to bag a part in BBC soap EastEnders.
It wouldn’t be the first time she’d set her sights on Albert Square, e não ser capaz de perseguir minhas paixões.
“I definitely had a few EastEnders auditions when I was little but nothing came of it,” Molly confessed. “You never know! We’ll see.
“It’s quite weird getting into that area of doing the adult roles, not just being the kid on the show, which is definitely a new experience.”
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Molly would also like to try out for a musical theatre role in the West End thanks to her newfound dancing skills.
“I think definitely after doing this and getting a bit more experience and confidence in the dance world, I’d definitely want to try out for a musical theatre role,” ela adicionou.
Last weekend, Molly and Carols were delighted to make it through the Strictly Results show and into this weekend’s leg of the contest.
The pair had impressed both judges and viewers with their Argentine Tango to Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God).
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They had found themselves in the dance off the previous week with their Couples’ Choice performance to the Grange Hill theme song.
This weekend, Molly and Carlos will be performing a Foxtrot to You Make Me Happy by My Sun and Stars.
Strictly Come Dancing continues at 7pm, BBC1, Saturday November 5