Strictly’s Maisie Smith ‘clashed with BBC bosses over not having the next Kylie’

Strictly's Maisie Smith 'clashed with BBC bosses over not having the next Kylie'

Mickey Smith believes in her appearance Definitely come dance Opening the door to follow her dream of “next Kylie Minogue”.

The 19-year-old EastEnders actress has recorded a confrontation with her bosses at the BBC while working on a Wolford-based soap.

Now Maisie hopes to show a good flow Definitely Mamie Beep will force bosses to change their position and allow them to follow in the footsteps of Australian Princess Pope.

By the time Maisie wanted to make a music career, the Sun News had reported that she had been told she would lose her stake in BBC Soap if she signed a recording deal.

Mickey Smith hopes it will definitely open the door to a pop life

Mickey decided to choose acting, but was forced to resist the urge to sing with him.

One source told The Sun that the teenage star “wants to distort the music industry, and many labels think he’s really marketable.”

“They could be the next Kylie Minogue,” she continued, adding that there might be a chance with her “female-side home look and underground personality.”

The source added that “the BBC’s business rules” were the reason why Mickey was not allowed to sign the contract.

Maisie Smith as Tiffany Butcher at EastEnders

Mickey has played Tiffany Butcher in Albert Square since 2008 and has posted videos of her singing frequently on social media.

The actress has also released a digital album as she raises the hopes of creating a pop career.

The source said that “Maisie definitely chose to replace a recording deal” so she could watch the music again after the show.

According to the source, Maisie feels that Strickly “will give her a bigger platform than EastEnders to showcase her talents”.

Mickey Smith has ambitions to become the new Kylie Minogue

The producers definitely hope that Maisi will join the younger fans who are starting to watch the show because of him.

Since Maisie won last year’s Children’s Need, she already has the form to win a tough match, in which she danced with pro Kevin Clipton.

Unfortunately for Mickey, Kevin has now left the BBC show, so they won’t get a chance to see if they can go all the way to win the Glitterball Trophy.

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