EastEnders fans in hysterics as Maisie Smith's character plans to become an influencer and compares herself to Molly-Mae

EASTENDERS fans were in hysterics as Maisie Smith's character plans to become an influencer and compared herself to Molly-Mae Hague.

Tiffany Butcher was busy supporting her boyfriend Keegan after he was nominated for an award.

But the budding businesswoman had a strike of inspiration – and thought to model her and Keegan on real life influencers Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague.

The pair shot to fame in 2019 and are the highest earning reality TV pair.

Tiffany – played by Maisie – said: "Why don't we go into business together?"

Keegan was doubtful, saying: "I mean, I'm not too sure a side hustle of lip gloss really goes with a food stall."

Tiffany insisted: "No I mean, why don't we start our own brand as a couple? You do food, I'll do beauty."

"How?" Keegan replied.

Tiffany explained: "We'll set up a couple's Instagram account. We'll post cute videos, funny videos and try and get our followers up.

"And then, I'll start my business, you win the competition, and we're set.We can be like Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury… You realise how much money they make?"

Fans loved the shout out, with one person saying: "Keegan and Tiff going into business together. Brilliant idea The Mollie Mae and Tommy Fury of Walford"

Another added: "Tiff comparing her and keegan to molly mae and Tommy"

A third remarked: "‘We could be like Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury’ As if"

Luckily, the idea of being influencer royalty was something Keegan could get behind – and he agreed to bring Tiffany to the competition photoshoot.

Molly-Mae and Tommy share an impressive eight million followers between them – putting them in good stead for major lucrative deals.

It's believed the couple have a combined estimated earnings of £20k, according to ManySpins.com.

In second place is Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson and Casey Johnson – if the pair combined their potential earnings, they could rake over £11k for one sponsored post on each account.

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