POP star Alexandra Burke helped raise more than £450,000 at a Glasgow charity ball in memory of cancer campaigner Donna Mortimer Ballantyne.
The X Factor winner performed a touching version of her hit Hallelujah at the event in the Hilton Hotel .
Lingerie entrepreneur Michelle Mone, DJ Suzie McGuire, and businessmen Sir Tom Hunter and Sir Willie Haughey were among more than 500 people present.
One auction item, donated by Sir Alex Ferguson, which included lunch for four at the Manchester United boss's directors' room table, match day tickets and a meet and greet with the footballing legend, fetched £40,000.
After her performance, Alexandra, who also performed at Donna's funeral, said: "Donna's story really inspired me.
"She showed such strength and bravery and that is why I am thrilled to be here in Scotland, to support this amazing cause in her name."
Donna spent almost a decade battling 19 tumours, but died of melanoma – the most dangerous form of skin cancer – in June last year. She was 39.
As reported by the Evening Times, Donna, mother of three children, Dylan, 14, Sophie, 12, and Leon, seven, raised more than £1million for cancer charities after her diagnosis in 2002.