TWO Tullibody youngsters are organising an evening of music and dance to help bereaved families.

Abaigael, 17, and Alyssa, 10, Milne have invited the tribute group Little Mix Magic and Just Dance Elite to perform at Alloa Town Hall on October 30, with all proceeds going to the Brightest Star charity.

The duo are no strangers to the limelight, having entered a pageant before.

Abaigael, who won in the Ultimate Grand Supreme for Catwalk, is now the face of Supreme Events, which organises Miss Scotland Supreme, and Alyssa is a finalist in the junior age group of the same contest.

Next month’s event will start at 6pm and last until around 9pm.

The Little Mix Magic girls will be doing a meet and greet, people will have the chance to enter a raffle and there will be a tuck shop too.

Proud mum Joanna told the Advertiser: “Abaigael has come along way since she started. It’s amazing how much her confidence has grown.
“She is such a caring person as is Alyssa. They both help me out every day along with their other sister and brother.”

She added: “As a parent we just want our kids to be happy and they both enjoy what they are doing.

“They love helping others and they are proud to help out the Brightest Star while being great role models for Supreme Events.”

As the event is the night before Halloween, those heading along are invited to get dressed up if they feel like it.

Joanna previously explained to the Advertiser that the pageants are about so much more than just being really pretty.

She said: “It;s about how you present yourself, but more importantly it’s about building confidence.”

The charity was founded by Scottish mother Arlene Clark after her son Jack Kennedy passed away six days before his sixth birthday.

He died to a rare virus and as Arlene says, “became the brightest star in the sky”.

Her charity aims to provide bereavement support to families, first aid training, aid for transport ambulances and much more.