has teased taking on some huge career opportunities in the future following his success.
The actor, 20, has been a real hit with viewers this series, with Bobby and hot favourites to lift the trophy in the final.
Until then, though, Bobby remains incredibly humble, despite mumblings of multi-million-pound offerings coming his way.
PR experts have predicted Bobby being with major TV and film execs after showing the world what he’s capable of on the dancefloor – and he’s not shutting the door on that just yet.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, the actor had a very sweet response when quizzed on the dizzying heights he could reach.
‘I just trust that I’ll always be ok and that life will take me where it’s meant to take me,’ he said.
‘If I make myself ready for it and if I’m open to it… yeah, that’s how I feel about it…’
For now, though, Bobby’s friendship with Dianne is keeping him firmly on solid ground, saying with a smile that they are ‘so close.’
‘We’re very lucky to have each other, actually,’ added Dianne.
‘I always knew that Bobby was a gorgeous soul, but getting to know him and being able to work with him is a real privilege.’
‘I feel the same,’ Bobby chimed in.
‘The closer you get to someone, the highs are higher and the lows are lower. It’s super emotional, it’s so emotional!
‘But I wouldn’t change it for anything.’
The BBC star is also determined to keep ‘trying [his] best’ and
So much so, he’s taking Strictly week by week, rather than aiming his sights on the glitter ball trophy.
‘If I just try my best and give the dance what it deserves on Saturday, then everything else is whatever,’ he said casually.
‘As long as I feel like I’ve given the tango the tango, the foxtrot the foxtrot, and the samba the samba, then what else is there to do?’
Bobby – whose mum is and whose – has had the full backing of his loved ones, with younger brother Freddie, 19, also in the Strictly audience.
Not only that, but his godsister even to shout about his achievements.
‘When I found out she did that, it’s just the warmest little feeling,’ he said with a big grin. ‘I can’t describe it. It doesn’t compare to an NTA, it doesn’t compare to anything, it’s the sweetest thing in the world.’
Strictly Come Dancing airs Saturday and Sunday on BBC One and iPlayer.