Strictly star Bobby Brazier leaves dad Jeff Brazier in tears

The 20-year-old received the audience-voted Rising Star Award for his role as Freddie Slater in the BBC soap.

When Freddie entered Albert Square he was described by the executive producers as being “full of mischief”.

Bobbie dedicated the award to his TV presenter father during his on-stage acceptance speech, leaving the 44-year-old to be comforted by his son’s EastEnders castmate Molly Rainford.

In his speech he said: “This actually has very, very, very little to do with me and everything to do with my father.”

“Over the last 20 years I’ve heard him say, ‘Because I can’.”

“It was a mantra or a moto of his, and he just said it was… Because I can do it!”

Bobby is also the son of late Big Brother star Jade Goody, who died of cancer in 2009.

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Bobbie Brazier is joining Strictly Come Dancing 2023

Over the next few weeks, Bobby will follow in Molly’s dancing footsteps and join the Strictly Come Dancing family in 2023.

It was recently announced that he is just one of 15 celebrities competing for the Glitter Ball trophy.

Who will waltz, jive and toe-tap across the dance floor in front of judges Shirley Ballas, Mosti Mobuse, Craig Revel Horwood and Anton Du Beke and score the first perfect 10 points?

Strictly Come Dancing contestants 2023 – see the full line-up

  • Sherlock and Mr. Selfridge actress Amanda Abbington
  • Former newsreader Angela Rippon
  • Stage and screen star Layton Williams
  • Channel 4 journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy
  • Comedian Eddie Kadi
  • Irish presenter Angela Scanlon
  • Zara McDermott from Love Island
  • Emmerdale and Waterloo Road actor Adam Thomas
  • BBC radio presenter Nikita Kanda
  • Ellie Leach from Coronation Street
  • Paralympic champion Jody Cundy CBE
  • EastEnders star Bobby Brazier
  • Casualty star Nigel Harman
  • British tennis player Annabel Croft
  • Former Family Fortunes presenter and Coronation Street actor Les Dennis

When does Strictly Come Dancing 2023 start?

This year Strictly Come Dancing will air on BBC One from Saturday September 23rd.

The opening show is pre-recorded, where the celebrities meet their strictly professional dance partner.

The BBC series runs for 13 weeks.

Who are the professional dancers of Strictly Come Dancing 2023?

Amy Dowden won’t be working with a celebrity this year as she deals with her cancer diagnosis, but the rest of the pros are:

  • Dianne Buswell
  • Nadiya Bychkova
  • Graziano Di Prima
  • Karen Hauer
  • Katya Jones
  • Neil Jones
  • Nikita Kuzmin
  • Gorka Marquez
  • Luba Mushtuk
  • Giovanni Pernice
  • Jowita Przystal
  • Johannes Radebe
  • Kai Widdingto
  • Nancy Xu
  • Carlos Gu
  • Lauren Oakley
  • Michelle Tsiakkas
  • Vito Coppola

Strictly Come Dancing also won the Talent Show Award at the NTAs.

The BBC aired the trailer for Strictly 2023 over the weekend, which featured dancers performing a dramatic show outside and inside the Tate Britain gallery in London.

The soundtrack for the teaser was an orchestral version of Snap! from 1992. Hit Rhythm Is A Dancer. Strictly star Bobby Brazier leaves dad Jeff Brazier in tears

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