Pageant girl's Link to fame.
A SCOT who won the hairdresser edition of the Weakest Link will compete for the Miss Scotland title tonight.
Pamela Muir is in the running to take the title and pounds 10,000 prize at the Glasgow SECC after making it to the final 12.
And the stylist said it was the confidence boost of facing Anne Robinson and winning the tough show that convinced her to enter.
The 23-year-old, from Shotts, Lanarkshire, works as a hairdresser at Rita Rusk International in Glasgow's West End.
She said: "I'm really excited. It would be a huge step for me to win Miss Scotland.
"I got a taste for being in the public eye when I was picked for the Weakest Link. But when I won that, it gave me the courage to go for Miss Scotland.
"It was great being on TV, and being slagged off by Anne Robinson was great fun."
But she added: "It would be a dream come true to win Miss Scotland."
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Sep 28, 2003|
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