Giovanni Pernice has revealed some very exciting plans for the future with his fellow Strictly Come Dancing champion, Rose Ayling-Ellis.
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The pair, who were crowned winners of the BBC ballroom show at the end of 2021, appeared on Tuesday's edition of This Morning to discuss their historic win and close bond, when they revealed their future plans to get together during Giovanni's solo tour, This Is Me.
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Holly Willoughby asked the professional dancer about his upcoming gigs including a sign language interpreter, which prompted Giovanni to reply: "I think a lot of people, actually Rose, opened my eyes.
"It's important everybody is included, I think we all have to start being more inclusive in general. And also she's coming to watch the show!" Rose then responded with: "Yes!" and an enthusiastic nod.
Of his new tour, Giovanni added: "It's the fourth one I'm doing, I'm just excited to be back on the road. The first one I'm focusing on [is] dancing again with Rose and then we go out on tour for six months."
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Giovanni Pernice and Rose Ayling-Ellis appeared on Tuesday's This Morning
Prior to the Strictly's star solo performances, he and Rose will be embarking on the official Strictly Come Dancing tour along with their fellow series 19 alumni.
On Monday, it was announced that the string of shows will also include a registered British Sign Language interpreter for every performance, making it the "biggest ever BSL accessible arena tour" in the UK.
Rose and Giovanni also spoke about what lucky concert goers can expect on the tour, revealing they would be performing their iconic couple's choice routine. "We said it'd be weird for us not to do it," Rose told Holly and Phillip Schofield, with Giovanni adding: "It was such a special moment that we have to do again and again.
"It's such an important dance, it's a statement, and doing it in an arena with 10,000 people live and stopping the music would be quite spectacular, I think. It's one of the most beautiful things I've done on Strictly."
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