A singer who shot to fame with her cover of Scotland’s new football anthem wants to grace the Hampden turf one day.
But despite being a keen footballer in her schooldays, Brooke Combe isn’t expecting to lace up her boots and pull on the famous dark blue jersey.
Instead, she wants to get fans dancing in their seats by one day headlining a concert at the famous national stadium.
The 21-year-old Edinburgh star’s profile “blew up” after she covered Baccara’s disco classic Yes Sir, I Can Boogie – the song adopted by the Tartan Army and Scotland squad.
Brooke recorded her version after footage showing the players dancing and celebrating to the song took over social media following the national side’s qualification for Euro 2020.
Her video went viral on TikTok and even attracted the attention of Scotland captain Andy Robertson.
“My friend texted me ‘if you cover this it’s going to blow up’,” Brooke told Scotland: We Can Boogie, streaming now on the STV Player.
“It blew up, it absolutely blew up.”
Brooke is now being tipped for big things, having recently released her first single ‘Are You With Me?’, a collaboration with Blossoms bassist Charlie Salt and The Coral.
And she believes her music career will eventually lead her down the road to Hampden.
“To play Hampden one day would be incredible – it will happen, watch this space,” she said.