Freya show her class she has the Razz Factor
A talented Cambuslang youngster sparkled when she took part in a talent show last month.
Freya McCormack was taking part in The Razz Factor, a show held in the Couper Institute in Clarkston, and run by the Newton Mearns- based Razzamataz Theatre School.
Razzamataz is operated by Cambuslang mum of two Lyndsey Loughery, and and her friend Louise McHendry, and they were delighted to welcome 2013 X Factor contestant Nicholas McDonald along to be one of their judges.
Several of the children who attend Razzamataz come from Cambuslang.
Lyndsey said: “We had a fantastic night and Nicholas McDonald came to judge for us.
“Freya McCormack from Newton Farm won joint first with another girl, Erin Wharton from Newton Mearns. It was well deserved.
“Freya’s only eight and although a fantastic singer is not the most confident when in front of an audience - so much so that she didn’t want to audition at all, but at the last minute her friends in class persuaded her she should. Although obviously not prepared, she still managed to win over the judges. She’s a lovely wee girl and a wee inspiration to all in her class at Razz.”
Freya, from Newton Farm, won joint first. It was well deserved