Legendary singer Dionne Warwick performed a lifetime of hits in Glasgow last night.

The 83-year-old US star took to the city's Royal Concert Hall stage for her Don't Make Me Over tour date. 

Warwick, the cousin of the late singer Whitney Houston, has sold over 100 million records worldwide

She is best known for Burt Bacharach and Hal David masterpieces Walk On By, What the World Needs Now is Love and I Say A Little Prayer. 

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Dionne Warwick Documentary

The tour follows the documentary Don't Make Over which tells the story of the star's worldwide rise to fame. It features appearances from Alicia Keys, Gladys Knight, and Barry Gibb of The Bee Gees. It aired on the BBC last year.

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Warwick will continue her UK tour with dates at Birmingham Symphony Hall on May 11, Salford Quay's The Lowry on May 12, London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane on May 14, Bristol Beacon on May 16, and Southend-on-sea's Cliffs Pavilion on May 19 before it continues to Dublin. 

Full details are available on her official website.