EASTENDERS actress Maisie Smith has released a video for her debut single, Good Thing.
The 15-year-old star grew up playing Tiffany Butcher on the BBC soap and returned in last night’s episode, but acting isn’t her only talent.
The youngster wowed fans with a series of covers on YouTube, including her version of Justin Bieber’s Let Me Love You, and now she showcases her impressive vocals on her own track.
The video for the upbeat single sees Maisie dancing around what appears to be an abandoned warehouse, looking far more grown-up than fans of EastEnders are used to seeing her.
The track features lyrics about a romantic relationship, including: “I know what we got is worth fighting for/This love we found is what I’m looking for/We got a good thing/We got a good thing going, baby.”
In a press release Maisie said: “I’ve always wanted to make a cool pop record that people could relate to, dance to and feel good listening to.
“By teaming up with my producer Darren Martyn to make Good Thing, I feel like we achieved that. I am so excited to finally let people hear it!”
Maisie, who lives with her family in Leigh on Sea, Essex, where she’s studying for her GCSEs.
As well as singing she composes music, plays guitar, dances and choreographs her own routines.
She started acting at the age of four, starring alongside Scarlett Johannsson in The Other Boleyn Girl, and first appeared on EastEnders when she was six.
The following year she won the British Soap Award for best dramatic performance from a young actor.
She left the soap in 2014, when Tiffany’s mum moved away with her new boyfriend, taking Tiffany with her, but surprised fans when she reappeared on last night’s episode.