Rose Ayling-Ellis, the first deaf contestant to take part in Strictly Come Dancing, has said she wants to challenge misconceptions about how deaf people experience music.
Speaking to the BBC, Ayling-Ellis said she feels her participation on the show will be an opportunity to challenge assumptions about deaf people and music.
I have a hearing aid, so I pick up some of the music and I can hear the beat.
Strictly producers have also been working with Ayling-Ellis to ensure her needs are met on the show.
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