SERIOUSLY TO Dancing’s Rose Ayling-Ellis broke a sweat heading into the show’s semi-final against Giovanni Pernice.
The Actress EastEnders27 years old, unimpressed with the sweaty results of a very sexy training session with Giovanni before tonight’s semi-final.
They had to get very close to reenact the sexy Argentine tango, but Rose complained that Giovanni was sweating a lot.
In a clip that aired on It Takes Two, Giovanni is seen shouting at Rose to stop complaining about how sweaty he is.
“People will pay to touch this sweat,” he yelled as Rose laughed amusedly.
He then ran over to her, to give her a hug, and added, “People would pay to be near me like this.”
Their steamy practice came when Rose was injured just a day before the semi-final.
Rose butts in the hip while trying to move to fly through the air into Giovanni’s arms.
Couple explains gym malfunction after professional dancer Giovanni urged her: “I will catch you, you do it, go on”.
However, it didn’t go as planned with Rose revealing on Seriously: It takes two: “I have a big bruise on my hip.”
Giovanni explained: “It’s one of those things that you have to nail. Something can happen if you can’t catch her.”
The couple will dance twice on tonight’s live show because the competition becomes more difficult.
Rose and Giovanni will perform the Argentine tango in Eduardo Rovira’s A Evaristo Carriego, followed by the waltz in Ellie Goulding’s How Long Will I Love You.
They will face semifinalists John Whaite and Johannes Radebe, AJ Odudu and Kai Widdrington and Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu for a spot in next week’s final.
Seriously got lucky with injury this year after an unstable start on the health front with Judi love forced to withdraw for a week after testing positive for Covid 19.
Actor and comedian Robert Webb then dropped out of the competition – just days before his fourth live episode due to his poor health following major heart surgery.
Seriously coming to Dancing will be back tonight at 7:55pm a little later on BBC One.
Saturday’s performance will run for an hour and 20 minutes, before Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel kicks off at 8:25 p.m.
One pair won’t make it through the week leaving three pairs jumping in Seriously come to dance Final.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/tv/17011536/strictlys-rose-ayling-ellis-sweat-rehearsal-giovanni-pernice/ Rose Ayling-Ellis’s seriously sweaty in steamy rehearsal with Giovanni Pernice