Maisie Smith got through some of her ‘Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins’ challenges by rapping in her head.

Maisie Smith rapped to get through Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins challenges

Maisie Smith rapped to get through Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins challenges

The former ‘EastEnders’ star - who is competing alongside Calum Best, Ferne McCann, Shannon Courtenay, Ashley Cain, AJ Pritchard and Jade Jones in the final- would “find a little beat” to the ear-piercing drill sounds used in the challenges on the Channel 4 military endurance show to make it through.

The 21-year-old actress told The Sun newspaper’s TV Biz column: “It was the highest frequencies in the world, screaming into your ears for hour upon hour.

"If it had a repetitive pattern to it, I’d find a little beat and make a little rap.”

Recently, Maisie - who joined the BBC One soap as Tiffany Butcher, the daughter of Bianca Jackson (Patsy Palmer), aged six - admits she knows how to "look confident" thanks to her acting career, but insists she actually has "no idea what I'm doing".

She said: "I have no idea how people see me because I just assume you just take one look at me and think, 'Oh cocky little Essex girl', which is true, but there's a lot more to me that people don't know.

"I was on ‘EastEnders’ for 13 years, which was all I can remember. I sometimes think I'm more comfortable being Tiffany than I am being Maisie.

"The good thing about being an actress is that I know how to look confident. In reality, I have no idea what I'm doing."

The former ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ star - who hasn’t ruled out a return to Albert Square - admitted she has “struggled” to command conversations at times over the years.

Maisie said: "I've struggled sort of speaking and I've had, not a stutter, but I just could go blank and words wouldn't come out and I think the more that happened, the more people would just sort of talk over me.

"I found it pretty hard and I just hated the person I was for a long time."