Verdict: Five stars.

GLASWEGIAN icon Lulu took a trip down memory lane as she played her last ever tour date in her home city where it all began.

The singer brought out friends and family for her spectacular sold-out show at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall on Tuesday night which celebrated her incredible 60-year career.

Opening up with the hit single that first propelled her into the spotlight as a 15-year-old, Shout, the singer looked younger than her 75 years dressed in a trendy jacket and jeans while donning sunglasses.

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She said with a cheeky smile: “Here I am … back where it all started.

“This is where it all began.

“I have had the most unbelievable life. This tour is really special for me because this is the last one.”

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Over a two-hour set, she proved she was going out of touring with a bang as she showcased her musical legacy performing To Sir With Love, a song she dedicated to the late Sidney Poitier who starred alongside Lulu in the 1967 film of the same name.

The 1969 Eurovision smash Boom Bang-a-Bang and a duet of the Motown track Heat Wave with younger sister Edwina Lawrie then delighted her fans.

While a duet with TikTok sensation Nathan Evans, known for his Wellerman hit, surprised the crowd as she backed his efforts to make his track Scotland is a Place Called Home a contender for the national team's anthem during the Euros run this summer.

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Reflecting on her worldwide success, she humbly revealed: “To come from Dennistoun, we didn’t have very much.

“I have had so many pinch me moments.”

And that is something she left her fans with performing the Tina Turner hit I Don’t Wanna Fight, a song she penned with her brother Billy Lawrie.

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It’s sad to think that this could be Lulu’s last show in the city if she sticks to her no more touring mantra. Despite decades in the industry, her set was as fresh as ever.

She was full of energy on stage and delivered vocals packed with prowess and soul.

Very few could share a stage with Mike and The Mechanics star Paul Carrack who has a voice quite like no other except Lulu who matched him for a duet of How Long.

He then took over the stage for a powerful rendition of Living Years, which proved to be a moment to remember.

A cover of Womack and Womack’s Teardrops and Elton John’s I’m Still Standing rounded off the set alongside Take That hit Relight My Fire.

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Tearing up, she then said: “The core of who I am was very delicately written when I lived here to age 15.

“The core of me is that I am from Glasgow.

“If I am who I am it’s because of how I was born into this city.”