Bobby Brazier says hes lost and missing Dianne Buswell after Strictly final

Bobby Brazier has said that he's feeling "lost" and is missing Dianne Buswell following the Strictly Come Dancing final.

The EastEnders star, 20, joined his dad Jeff Brazier on Wednesday's Loose Women where he opened up about his time on the popular dancing show.

Discussing how the show has come to and end, Bobby told the panellists: "I feel a bit lost. I miss Diane. I’m eating ice cream for breakfast, I’m in no kind of physical place… I don’t know what to do, what do I do?"

Describing his time on Strictly, he said: “Immense joy and deep distress but memories that will last a lifetime.

"I knew from the very beginning that I didn’t want to miss out on anything, I wanted to experience all of Strictly and I feel like I did.

"I didn’t miss out on any of the dances, as I say, I experienced immense joy and deep distress and I welcomed it all and I loved every second. Actually, that’s a lie. I didn’t love every second."

Jeff and Bobby then went on to discuss Bobby's emotional Couple's Choice dance which was dedicated to his late-mum Jade Goody.

Reflecting on this, Jeff said: "Especially that routine, the one for mum, and you’re watching it and it’s incredible to see him perform his grief.

"It’s not always been easy to verbalise so to actually do that is incredible for the family, incredible for anyone watching at home I’m guessing, that’s suffered a loss as well. Especially around this time of year which is really difficult for people.

"To speak for so many people, and to do it through the art of dance – which Bob has obviously grown to appreciate and love – there’s so much power to that."

Asked whether he found dancing particularly healing, Bobby responded: "I fell in love over the course of the last couple of months, with just telling the story.

"Whether it’s the joyful story or the grief story, any kind of story, just the ability to express myself, with Dianne, through the means of a dance is so much fun.

“When you see it communicate with people and they’re feeling how you’re feeling, whilst you’re doing what you’re doing, it’s amazing. I love it."

Bobby also revealed if he’d like to take on a role that involved dancing in the future: “In the final, we did our show dance and it was very ‘showy’. It was very ‘musically’ and yeah, I really enjoyed it.”

Loose Women airs weekdays from 12:30pm on ITV1 & ITVX

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