Stunned Tracey wins Herald comp to bag tickets to Paloma Faith show at Plymouth Pavilions
STUNNED Tracey Holmes was delighted when she found out she was the winner of our Paloma Faith competition.
The catering assistant can't wait to get glammed up and head off to the sell-out gig at Plymouth Pavilions.
Tracey from Plymstock said: "I never win anything – not even a tenner on the lottery.
"I always try and enter lots of competitions but usually by the time I get organised and get to the postbox I'm too late.
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"I made it my New Year's resolution to be more organised with entries – maybe this is going to be a lucky year.
"I can't believe it. It's fantastic."
Retro pop star Paloma arrives in the city on February 15 for the one-night-only gig.
She gripped the nation when she smashed onto the UK charts with her debut single Stone Cold Sober in 2009.
As well as the pair of tickets, Tracey has also bagged a makeover for two at No. 4 Hair Boutique in St Andrew's Street.
The 47-year-old reckons she will take her husband Phil, 50, to the gig – but treat her daughter-in-law to the makeover.
Deanne Trustcott, 34, who runs the family-owned salon said: "There's a real buzz among our customers for the Paloma gig.
"We can put Tracey's hair up before the gig, or we can give her a cut or a blow dry to make sure she looks their best for the show."