Bella Paige will represent Australia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015 to be held in Sofia, Bulgaria.
9 Oct 2015 - 8:05 AM  UPDATED 12 Nov 2015 - 10:51 AM

13-year-old Bella was selected by SBS and production partner Blink TV as the perfect young artist to showcase Australia’s musical talents to the world.

Bella has been singing since the age of 6 and is already an accomplished and experienced performer.

Australian audiences may remember her as the first ever child to audition on The Voice Kids Australia, where she went all the way to the Grand Final and was runner-up in 2014.

The song Bella Paige will perform on the Junior Eurovision stage is ‘My Girls’.

'My Girls' is an uplifting pop anthem which carries an inspiring message for young girls has been co-written by Australian music industry superstar Delta Goodrem, along with Grammy-award nominated Mitch Allan (written and produced multi-platinum hits for Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Jason Derulo) and Los Angeles-based composer and producer Vince Pizzinga.

Watch the video clip for Australia’s first ever Junior Eurovision song 'My Girls' below.

Bella Paige said, "I couldn't believe it when I found out I was selected to represent Australia and I’m so excited to be singing my single, My Girls on a global stage in Sofia, Bulgaria.

“My Girls is an incredible song with a powerful message to all girls. No matter what ups and downs we go through, it is important to stay strong, support each other, believe in yourself, dream big and know you can achieve your goals and dreams.”

SBS will broadcast the Junior Eurovision Song Contest at 7.30pm Saturday 28 November on SBS. Eurovision fans can also tune in to SBS’s LIVE coverage of the contest from Sofia, Bulgaria, at 4.30am Sunday 22 November on SBS.

More details about Australia’s Junior Eurovision hosts and voting jury will be announced soon.