THIS is the heartfelt tribute to Paige Doherty which was played during a massive ball to celebrate what should have been her 18th birthday.

Several videos were played across the Hilton Hotel ballroom's giant screens on Saturday to remember the teenager, who was murdered when she was just 15-years-old.

The teenager's mother Pamela Munro honoured her daughter with a touching rendition of Faith Hill's There You'll Be alongside a slideshow of the youngster celebrating her birthdays throughout the years.

A list of Paige's dream 18th birthday presents appears on the screen, revealing the beloved teen's hopes for tattoed eyebrows, a trip to Barbados and a Range Rover. 

The camera then pans out to show the family have made one dream come true, with a white Range Rover Evoque spotted in the background alongside a personalised Paige registration plate. 

While a host of celebrities - including TV presenter Eamonn Holmes, Duncan James, Antony Costa and Jamie Lomas - continued the global Pout for Paige campaign.

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The video, which was released on the group's charity page after being created by former-Glow star Jo Ferry, has already received thousands of likes and positive comments.

One wrote: "Hearing Pamela singing that song over they lovely photos had me in tears."

While another added: "What a beautiful tribute, was in tears watching."

The videos were played during an emotional ball at Glasgow's plush Hilton Hotel on Saturday tonight to celebrate the milestone birthday, which the Whitecrook schoolgirl would have celebrated tomorrow, as well as marking the first ever Paige's Promise ball.

The charity was set up by pages parents Pamela and Andy to help other families in a similar situation.

The total from the event is still to be calculated, but it’s expected to be in the thousands, which will go towards the charity’s self-defence classes, retreats and a planned befriending service.

But the charity’s main goal – to ensure the teen’s name lives on – has been a success.

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The committee said: “It was an amazing atmosphere. We’re grateful to everyone who support and offered help on the night. We have had loads of great feedback and everyone is already asking when the next one is.”