SUGABABES singer, actress and Eurovision contender Jade Ewen will be among the all-star cast of the Rod Stewart musical, Tonight's the Night, at His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen on Monday, after extending her run in the UK tour of the hit show.
She will continue in the critically-acclaimed role of Dee Dee until the end of May, appearing alongside Ricky Rojas, who took over the role of Stone in late April.
Best known as a member of Brit girl band Sugababes, Jade finished fifth representing the UK at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest with the Andrew Lloyd Webber song, It's My Time, making her the most successful British Eurovision act since 2002.
On stage, Jade has appeared as Young Nala in The Lion King and Curly in Whistle Down the Wind, and her TV credits include Casualty, The Bill, Steffi and Splash!.
Tonight's the Night also stars Ben Heathcote (Mamma Mia!, Three Musketeers) as Stuart; Jenna Lee-James (We Will Rock You, Joseph) as Mary; Tiffany Graves (We Will Rock You, Sweet Charity) reprising her role as Satan/Baby Jane; Andy Rees (Legally Blonde, A Chorus Line) as Rocky and Craig Mather (Les Miserables) as the alternate Stuart.
The smash-hit musical comedy, inspired by the songs of Rod Stewart, launched its major eight-month UK tour at Manchester's Palace Theatre after a West End premiere in 2003, and has been playing to sold-out theatres across the UK since.
Featuring spectacular staging, a world-class band, dazzling choreography and more than 20 classic Rod Stewart hits including Hot Legs, Baby Jane, Do Ya Think I'm Sexy, Maggie May, Guys Have All the Luck, Forever Young, Sailing and the title track.
Rod Stewart said: "In the past, any ideas for musicals revolving around my songs just didn't work for me.
"It was only when we were approached to do Tonight's the Night that the idea really took off.
"I'm absolutely thrilled that this great show is touring the UK again."
Tickets for Tonight's the Night are available online at www.aberdeenperformingarts.com, by phone on 01224 641122 and from Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall and His Majesty's Theatre.