Bruno Tonioli has set his sights on securing a record deal.
The 'Strictly Come Dancing' judge wowed viewers of the Latin and ballroom show on Saturday nigh (23.11.19) show when he performed a rendition of Frankie Valli's hit 'Can't Take My Eyes Off You', and now, he is said to have his heart set on releasing a covers album next year.
A source close to the star told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "Bruno has been bugging producers for ages to let him sing on the show and was delighted when they finally gave him a shot.
"The performance went down a storm and he has his heart set on releasing music. It's been a life-long dream of his and now that fans have seen him in action, he is hoping to ink a deal soon."
Bruno stole the limelight during the opening of the BBC One show on Saturday.
One viewer wrote on Twitter: "This is the best/worst/pinkest thing I've ever seen/heard #strictly #scd(sic)"
Bruno has previously admitted he has always been a huge fan of singing, ever since he was growing up.
He said: "We never had the financial resources for me to be trained; instead I learned from watching and mimicking films.
"I always longed to be in the entertainment industry. As a toddler, my uncle put me on the table, switched on the radio and I would dance and entertain people.
"The performing persona that turns on when there's music and singing was always in me."
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