YOUNG dancing queens from Greenock have become TV stars after being filmed for a BBC documentary.

Twins Taylor and Brooke Campbell and Sarah Dougan, who all attend Lauren Hair's Pointe Perfect academy in the town centre, are currently appearing in the fly-on-the-wall series 'Mini Disco Divas'.

The programme, on the new BBC Scotland channel, follows rising stars from several dance schools to give an insight into the fiercely competitive world of dancing.

Ten-year-old twins Taylor and Brooke appeared in the first episode last week while Sarah, also 10, is in the opening titles and will feature in the third instalment of the series next Wednesday at 8pm.

Their teacher Lauren is no stranger to TV having reached the final of Sky One's Got to Dance in 2011 when she was just 16.

She is delighted her academy and pupils were selected to part in the programme.

Filming took place at her Duff Street studio, just off Cathcart Street, and some scenes were also shot at the Esplanade.

Lauren, 24, said: "It's exciting for us and good for people to see what we do, especially family and friends.

"The whole series is supposed to give an insight into the freestyle world, which sometimes has a bad reputation.

"But it was a good portrayal of what freestyle is about. "From the feedback we've had, everyone thought Pointe Perfect came across brilliantly and I've had messages from people who now want to send their kids here because they've seen the studio space and seen me as a teacher. "I've also had good feedback because I have a reputation of being a very strict teacher but in the programme you see it's about making the kids better."

St Patrick's Primary pupils Brooke and Taylor starred in episode one, as well as mum Charlene Campbell and little brother Kerr.

Although they are not identical twins, they are very similar and the programme looked at how they try to stand out.

Taylor, who is older than her sister by nine minutes, said: "Sometimes the judges think there's only one of us and only marks one.

"Sometimes it's bad, sometimes it's good because we look the same."

Sibling Brooke says it was strange looking back at herself on TV.

She said: "It was really weird. "I liked looking at it and thinking what I could do better."

Next week's episode will feature Ardgowan Primary pupil Sarah as she celebrated her tenth birthday and moved up an age group.

Sarah said: "I'm looking forward to it to see myself dancing."

'Mini Disco Divas' is on BBC Scotland on Wednesday at 8pm.