By Cara Sulieman
A SCOTTISH dancing sensation has added yet another trophy to her collection after winning an international competition.
Tamara Robertson, ten, has clinched the crown at the Disco Kid 2008 dance-off in Blackpool.
The disco diva won a trip to Disneyland Paris after she danced circles around the 250 other competitors.
Tamara won the Association of Dance and Freestyle Professional World Championship last summer and has not looked back yet.
Disco Kid was attended by around 6000 people and included competitors from around the globe.
Tamara was not the only girl from her Quilietti School of Dancing to win a prize during the competition.
Fellow twinkle toes Blayne Leich, seven, also won a top prize and a trip to Disneyland.
The girls are now not only proud of themselves, but can also look forward to a magical trip to France.
Teacher Fiona Quilietti said: “I’m just so proud of the girls. The Disco Kid competition used to be a UK event but it’s grown into an international competition. To come out tops in the face of such competition is a great achievement.”