If the TARDIS wants to welcome another Rose, here’s why it would be great news for the show:
He can handle whatever drama the Tardis throws at him
27-year-old Rose Elling-Ellis is the first deaf actor to play a deaf character. EastEnders. She joined the BBC soap in 2020 in the role of Frankie Lewis, whose storyline is full-on from the start. Frankie is revealed to be the secret daughter of Danny Dyer’s Mick Carter, a product of her childhood sexual abuse by her former care worker, Frankie’s mother. Frankie had to integrate into Mick’s unstable and often hostile family, deal with her mother’s abusive history and subsequent trial and prison sentence, all while pulling pints at the Queen Vic. Ayling-Ellis tackled the high-drama in style, creating a memorable and likeable character amidst all the chaos. He can act, he can dance and if he can handle Shirley Carter, he can certainly handle the best of scores.
She is a fearless adrenaline junkie
If you want to look daring, check out some of the dance lifts that Rose Elling-Ellis took during her time. Strictly Come Dancing 2021. Often against the better judgment of her professional partner Giovanni Pernice, Ayling-Ellis regularly asked for increasingly difficult lifts in their routines. Time and time again, she launched herself into thin air, confident that she would find her mark… and did. Her approach to the whole competition was infectiously joyful, enthusiastic and funny, and while totally dedicated, she never fell into the trap of taking herself or the show too seriously – a must for doctor who. If the new partner has stunts to do, Ayling-Ellis will be ready for them.
She is changing the world
It is impossible to overstate the importance of appropriate representation in popular culture for people from under-represented groups and those with uninformed preconceptions about the lives, abilities, and limitations of others. When Rose Elling-Ellis was announced last year Strictly Come Dancing, the first deaf contestant, the news was greeted with skepticism from some quarters who questioned how it would work. How it works is that Ayling-Ellis wins the entire competition by dancing up a storm, loving every minute and creating a partnership that feels like a real and meaningful exchange. Giovanni Pernice taught her how to dance, and with humor and openness, Rose Elling-Ellis taught her and everyone watched about her experiences as a deaf person while being there and being herself.
She is not afraid to speak up
Ayling-Ellis is set to deliver the Alternative McTaggart Lecture at the 2022 Edinburgh TV Festival, following in Armando Iannucci’s footsteps. Charlie Brooker, Sharon Horgan, Jamila Jamil and London Hughes. She will use the opportunity to continue her work to increase awareness and understanding of the deaf community. She regularly uses her social media profiles to highlight injustices against deaf and disabled communities and areas where government policy is lacking, and enable 2022 online abuse. Love Island Contestant Tasha Ghauri, who has a cochlear implant. in doctor whoShe will be the first deaf companion, following in the footsteps of actor Sophie Stone, who played Cas in a 2015 Capaldi-era episode.Under the lake.’
She is an inspiration, especially to the youth
During her time at Strictly, Google searches for British Sign Language in the UK have increased by 488% and course enrollments have gone through the roof. Ayling-Ellis used her platform on the show to successfully campaign for British Sign Language to be recognized as an official language of the UK. She has been an outspoken critic of the lack of BSL interpreters at government Covid-19 briefings and in general. She recently worked with Mattel on the release of Back Ear Hearing aid-wearing BarbieAnd for that CBeebies Bedtime StoryShe signed off with the subtitle Can bears ski? By Raymond Antrobus, illustrated by Polly Dunbar. doctor who It should always be exciting and inspiring for its young audience, and Ayling-Ellis has proven that it can be both on-screen and off-screen.