A young music fan's dream came true when her "idol" invited her on stage to perform with her.

11-year-old Isabella Altmayer-Packer from Comberton, Cambridge, was invited to sing with Jessie Ware at the opening night of the disco-infused Cambridge Club Festival. 

The duo sang Isabella's favourite song 'Say You Love Me'. 

Jessie spotted Isabella singing every word to each of her songs, and the called her up on the stage.

The crowd were enchanted by young Isabella. An audible 'ahhhhhhhhhh' could be heard across the audience. 

Isabella and her mum Karen listen to Jessie all the time and are in the top 0.001% of the global listeners to Jessie's music on Spotify.

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Karen said: "We all love Jessie, so we were really excited about seeing her perform again. We had high hopes for a great night, the festival is always amazing.

"But Jessie categorically exceeded all our expectations. It was magical to see her sing with Isabella - she wont sleep tonight, now!! Thank you so much Jessie'

Isabella was shaking with excitement as she walked off stage and could mutter just a few words: "it was just amazing, I love her so much" 

Other artists on the main stage for the first night of the three day festival in Childerley Orchard, Cambridge night included Mel C, who set the tone for the evening with a her DJ set dropping Spice Girl bangers to rapturous applause. 

Natasha Beddingfield followed and she charmed the crowd with a sundown singalong performing all her hits and an epic cover of Prince Purple Rain. 

The line-up over the three days is packed full of internationally-renowned icons – including Chaka Khan, Earth Wind & Fire Experience by Al McKay, Gabrielle, Incognito, Sister Sledge, Soul II Soul, The Family Stone and more. 

Tickets are still available via www.cambridgeclub.co