The soft drink giant has elected Lawrence as their panto dame this Christmas, and they wore a special orange and blue themed outfit to mark the occasion.
Irn-Bru superfan Lawrence said it was a “dream come BRU” to become the nation’s Fairy Godmaw.
They said: “The last year of my life has felt like my very own fairytale Panto – I went from getting £15 a gig to performing in front of thousands in my Glasgow hometown, writing a book, winning a BAFTA and going to Hollywood to film my own show.
“Now I want to pass on my fairytale magic to everyone else in Scotland as Irn Bru’s Fairy Godmaw this Christmas, with the help of my big magic wand… BRU has been always been a huge part of my life and I’m so proud to be repping my favourite drink.”
Scottish fans of the orange fizzy juice are invited to send in their Christmas wishes to Irn Bru on Twitter, Instagram or TikTok using the #BibbidyBobbidyBru.
The Fairy Godmaw is on hand this year to make everyone’s wishes come true sending out extra special festive deliveries.
Adrian Troy, Marketing Director at AG BARR, added: “As panto season kicks off, it felt right for Irn-Bru to work with Lawrence – one of the best dames in the business – to spread a bit of festive spirit across the nation.
“We can’t wait for everyone to get a taste of the magical mayhem that our very own Fairy Godmaw will cause as she brings Bru to the Christmas dinner tables of Scotland.”
Lawrence also snapped up the Audience Award at BAFTA Scotland, beating other esteemed Scots like David Tennant and Kelly Macdonald.
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