EastEnders actor Bobby Brazier could be set for Hollywood, after becoming an early favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing 2023.
The 20-year-old son of Jeff Brazier and Jade Goody is paired with Dianne Buswell on the latest series of the BBC celebrity dancing show.
Already, experts are claiming that Bobby is set for a huge payday and could have a career in America, due to his growing popularity.
After his beautiful week one performance, fans believe he could go all the way and win.
Currently, Bobby Brazier is the outright favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing at a best price of 3/1.
Rochelle White, a brand and culture expert, spoke to the The Daily Star about what is next in store for the young star.
The expert said: "The doors are open for Bobby post show, with a background in modelling and acting I feel that similar opportunities will be waiting.
"He could become the face of brands, ads campaigns and more. I feel he has good people around him and they will help support his career and the choices he makes.
"Because of his age, I feel that America could be on the cards also. With his modelling background, he could be chosen to walk New York Fashion week and who knows what that could lead to across the pond.
"I feel he likes his time and experience and Eastenders, but I don't feel that is the end game for him and he has bigger things he would like to work on achieving."
Rochelle thinks that due to the reputation Strictly Come Dancing has, it can be used as a great "stepping stone" for Bobby to showcase his personality.
She added: "He comes across as someone who is well grounded and humble and the public will warm to him and I feel that he will gain a strong follower base that will want him to do well and succeed on the show. Which, who knows could result in him winning the show."
Rochelle also spoke about how well Bobby could do on social media if he decided to earn some money from that revenue.
She said: "I feel that Bobby Brazier could see a boost of engagement and opportunities from being Strictly, with potential brand deals, partnerships and collaborations coming his way.
"I'm not sure what if he monetises his Instagram, but I feel that a if he does, that price is even going to go up or a fee will be introduced for content shared.
"In the creator/influencer space, there isn't standardised pricing, but I feel (based on his current follower count/ engagement) could range from another between £2K upwards of £9k."
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