I'M thrilled to be working with The People’s Post Code Lottery again.

I am the new brand ambassador for the scratch card and bingo games.

I took part in a glamorous photo shoot to launch the campaign and I had so much fun, having my hair and make up done and working with a stylist.

If you are signed up to PPCL, a leaflet with my face on could be falling through your letterbox soon!

And I will also appear on the website and mobile phone apps. Our online games are unique in that we give a proportion of money raised to The Dogs Trust, a charity I am very proud to support.

Icon Awards I’ve talked about The Icon awards a lot in my column over the past few months, and the big event did not disappoint!

It was amazing, and I was delighted to present an award at the star-­studded ceremony.

The night got off to an emotional start when guests Scott Hepburn and Andrew Brown got married on stage. It was a total surprise and everyone felt honoured to witness their nuptials.

The achievements of Scotland’s LGBTI community were celebrated throughout the evening and a special prize went to gay icon Michelle Visage.

I am huge fan of US TV show ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ on which she stars, so I was starstruck to meet her.

Eurovision songstress Conchita Wurst ended the show with an incredible performance, a perfect end to a night I’ll never forget.

Meet The McDougalls Junior and I had so much fun watching The McDougalls!

The lively threesome are a brilliant theatre group who perform silly sing-­a-longs with lots of actions and crowd participation, pictured below.

The show is great for young kids, with hilarious characters like Shuggy and Auntie Aggie.

All the songs took me back to when I was a kid and I loved joining in with classics like ‘guess I’ll go eat worms’.

You must try and catch them on tour if you have wee ones, I promise they will love it!

Search @TheMcDougalls on Twitter or find them on Facebook.

Go Kerri!

Well Done to Kerri Hair from Greenock, who has reached the finals of Miss Teen Great Britain!

The competition will be great for her confidence and it’s such a good way to meet new people and learn about the industry.

I started out my career as a model and it can lead to so many other things. My advice is be yourself, be friendly to everyone and shine, shine, shine! It will be nerve-racking walking down a catwalk in front of a huge crowd, but know that all of Inverclyde is behind you Kerri.