Strictlys Molly Rainford teases career change and new soap role

Strictly Come Dancing's Molly Rainford has outlined her future career plans once the hit BBC show is over – including presenting on radio and appearing on EastEnders.

The 21-year-old is currently competing onStrictly alongside pro partner Carlos Gu with the lure of lifting the Glitterball Trophy this Christmas.

Molly said: "I love presenting. I’ve met so many people on this show who do radio, so that’s something that’s definitely up my street," adding that she wanted to keep "all doors open".

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The star revealed she had some EastEnders auditions when she was younger, but "nothing came of it", saying: "You never know! We’ll see.

"It’s quite weird getting into that area of doing the adult roles, not just being the kid on the show, which is definitely a new experience."

Stage school trained Molly admitted the dancing skills she has learnt on Strictly could help her land musical theatre roles in the West End, and would like to try out for such opportunities.

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Last weekend, Molly and Carlos made it into this weekend's leg of the contest, impressing judges and viewers with their Argentine tango to Kate Bush's Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God).

They were in the dance off the previous week with their Couples' Choice performance to the Grange Hill theme song, and this weekend are said to be performing a Foxtrot to You Make Me Happy by My Sun and Stars.


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