BBC Strictly Come Dancing star Bobby Brazier has made an emotional confession about his upcoming routine on the hit show. The BBC EastEnders star will dance with Dianne Buswell again this weekend, having made it through Blackpool alongside the pro dancer last weekend.
Appearing on It Takes Two, the Strictly Come Dancing spin-off show tonight, Bobby teased what was to come having survived the dance-off. The pair revealed their “very emotional” song choice was This Woman’s Work by Kate Bush and Bobby said: “The theme – I’m a child, well there’s me as a child and then I come out as me now - and then I’ve got Dianne who replicates a woman I would say my mother probably and we go on this journey throughout.
"I don’t know the whole dance yet to tell you the story completely but yeah it’s emotional it's gonna be lovely. I think there could be tears.” When asked to elaborate on his song choice, Bobby gushed: “I could speak for so long about this song. It’s the perfect song, sung by the perfect person in the perfect tone.
"The lyrics are just profound and really touch me at my core. Yeah, it’s gorgeous I’m gunna have to work really hard this week to do it justice.” And Aussie pro dancer Dianne said: “the first ten seconds even when we were in the rehearsal room I actually couldn’t even look at Bobby in the eyes because it made me well up.”
Taking to Instagram, Freddie wrote: "Let’s hope @bobbybrazier @diannebuswell get some “fair” scores this week….everyone get voting as they are not getting judges support for some reason." Clare said: "I'm already crying before we've even seen Bobby's dance with that song."
Another typed: “Bobby being a child and Dianne channeling Bobbys mum, Jade Goody, this one is going to be very emotional.” And another said: “After hearing the details of Bobby's upcoming dance on Saturday I can imagine there will not be a dry eye anywhere after it.”