Meet the Glasgow woman set to compete in a new Mamma Mia reality show.

Stevie said the role of Sophie has always been a “dream” and can’t wait to take part in ITV’s new musical theatre competition MAMMA MIA! I Have A Dream.

The show brings together 14 talented hopefuls from all across the UK, looking for an opportunity to be cast as Sky and Sophie in the West End's production of Mamma Mia.

Now Glasgow’s 22-year-old Stevie is desperate to get her hands on the part.

She is the only Scottish woman up for the part and hopes her “ambitious” personality will help her land the spot.

She said her favourite ABBA song is ‘Thank you For The Music.’ because of the lyrics and family meaning.

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Stevie said: “It’s always been a dream role for me. It’s probably one of the first musicals I was introduced to and also it’s a big musical for my family.

“They all know it, they all love it and for me to play Sophie would mean a lot to them as well.

“When I told my family I was moving to London, no one was surprised.

“I’ve always been quite ambitious, but this is something I could never have imagined.

“Wee Stevie singing and dancing around the house with her mum and sister would be crying right now.

“[My favourite Abba song is] 100% ‘Thank you For The Music.’ That’s mostly because of the lyrics. It’s about the relationship between a child and her mother."

Stevie started musical theatre as a teenager and instantly knew she was “addicted to performing”.

She has been fighting for the spotlight ever since and can’t wait to see where her career takes her next.

Stevie first got involved in the entertainment through friends and had no idea how much she would enjoy it.

It wasn’t until she was knocked back from dance school she realised it was her true dream, making her more determined than ever.

She explained: “I didn’t start musical theatre until I was 15, when I auditioned for the Musical Theatre Course at The Dance School of Scotland, after performing in my first amateur school show - We Will Rock You.

“I had never done a musical before and I only went along as my friends thought it would be fun. I was given the lead role of Scaramouche which was a shock and terrifying, but I quickly realised I was going to be addicted to performing.

“I actually didn’t get into The Dance School the first time I auditioned, and it was at that moment I realised how badly I wanted to do this career.

“I was on holiday and my sister said she could hear me crying in the hotel room from the pool.

“Thankfully I got in the next year and trained there for two years before successfully auditioning for Arts Ed in “London where I trained for three years and just graduated!”