Telly chiefs want to sign Rose Ayling-Ellis up to front documentaries and other entertainment programmes just like Dooley, who won the Glitterball on Strictly Come Dancing three years ago.
It comes after the public has fallen in love with the 27-year-old deaf EastEnders actress, particularly after she and professional dance partner Giovanni Pernice performed part of their dance in silence to raise awareness of deafness.
One source said: “Rose is a star and is exactly what the BBC need.
“The nation has fallen in love with her. Everything about her is so charming and lovely.
“She has won a fanbase of millions of people in the matter of a few weeks.
“She resonates with the young and the old, which is exactly what the BBC needs right now – and there are a number of projects being discussed for her after the show.’
Rose and Giovanni – who are the bookies’ favourites to win the show – reduced Strictly’s judges to tears when their chosen track, Symphony by Clean Bandit featuring Zara Larsson, fell silent but they continued to dance.
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The couple later described it as their ‘special moment’ and it is tipped to win the Bafta TV Moment of the Year prize at next year’s ceremony.
It's not just their dancing that has got audience attention, the chemistry between the couple has been a favourite topic among Strictly fans.
Rose and Giovanni have been consistently ranked around the top of the leaderboard week after week, and their connection with each other had been undeniable.
Giovanni has been praised to being able to use Rose's gift of feeling the music and helping bring out a wonderful dancer.
Rose's talent for dance and unmistakable rhythm has led to her becoming a fan favourite, as well as a role model for the deaf community.
Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturday nights at 7pm with the result show the following day on BBC and BBC iPlayer.
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