BBC Strictlys Bobby Brazier angry as he addresses tribute dance to mum Jade

Bobby Brazier opens up on being ‘angry’ at the world

Bobby Brazier admitted he has been “angry and fearful” of the world in the past during a candid interview about his upcoming Strictly Come Dancing routine.

The EastEnders star is famous in his own right but is also known for being the late Jade Goody’s son.

He has recently explained his Couple’s Choice dance will be dedicated to Jade, who died when he was only five years old.

Appearing on Thursday’s Loose Women, Bobby talked about the reasoning behind the song choice he and partner Dianne Buswell will be performing to, a version of Kate Bush’s ‘This Woman’s Work’.

Panelist Charlene White asked: “Do you get to choose your music?”

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“Yeah – well, [for] couples’ choice,” he replied.

“So why did you decide to choose that track?” Charlene probed.

Bobby explained: “Well, many reasons… I’ve always thought it was the perfect song.

“The way he sings it, the lyrics, I’ve found to be very impactful to me.

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“The lyrics in particular, ‘I should be crying but I just can’t let it show,’ and when I was a little bit younger and I was angry and resentful and I feared the world and just couldn’t cry or express myself…

“It was those lyrics – hearing that that would just make me cry because it felt so true. You know… I don’t know.”

Sunetra Sarker commented: “It’s an amazing song.”

“It’s also credit to your dad’s very good taste in music,” Charlene enthused.

Bobby and Dianne sadly found themselves in last week’s dreaded dance-off on Strictly, but the judges decided to save them in over Angela Rippon.

Speaking earlier this week on It Takes Two, he told Fleur East: “We go on this journey throughout…

“I haven’t learned the whole dance yet to tell you the story completely but, yeah it’s emotional.

“It’s gonna be lovely. I think there could be tears.”

Dianne confessed: “I mean the first 10 seconds when we were in the rehearsal room today I couldn’t look Bobby in the eye because it made me well up.”

Loose Women airs weekdays from 12.30pm on ITV, while Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday at 7.30pm on BBC One.

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