SCARLETT Moffatt and her mam Betty have donated two 'tickets of the century' for a Spice Girls concert to be raffled off for charity.

The TV personalities have given away a pair of tickets to see the 1990s British pop megastars at Sunderland's Stadium of Light on Thursday, June 6.

The iconic all-girl four-piece will perform to a 50,000-capacity crowd, with Sunderland being one of only six UK venues on the tour.

They will perform hit after hit from their stellar career, in what will be the stadium’s 20th major music event.

Bishop Auckland-based charity Angel Trust, of which Scarlett is an ambassador and Betty a trustee, is now running an online raffle for the tickets.

Jungle Queen Scarlett said: "Me and my mam have donated our two tickets and for just £5 you could win both of them and be going to Sunderland's Stadium of Light to sing a zigazig ha."

Clair McGregor, from the charity, thanked them for the donation and said the funds raised will enable Angel Trust to support more people in need in the south Durham area.

The winner will get two VIP gold circle tickets for the Spice Girls– Spice World Tour concert and a personalised message from Baby Spice Emma Bunton.

Players must be aged 16 or above, only people over 14 are allowed in the gold circle and under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets, priced £5 each, can be bought online at

until May 23, the winning ticket will be drawn the following day.