She is only 16 years old, but Australian Bella Paige has already ticked off a handful of incredible experiences that many wouldn’t have the opportunity to do. Currently, the young Australian star is shining on the adult season of The Voice Australia after having already competed in the kids version of the show.
Although it wasn’t her first television appearance, Bella truly came to fame when she took part in The Voice Kids Australia, where she competed alongside fellow Junior Eurovision participant Alexa Curtis. In the end, Bella was only just beaten by Alexa, however as we know, both went on to represent Australia at Junior Eurovision.
In fact, Bella was chosen to represent Australia in our debut appearance at the contest in 2015 with a song written by Delta Goodrem. The song, My Girls, gave Bella the chance to shine on stage and prove that Australia is not only a force at Eurovision, but also at Junior Eurovision too! In the end, she finished in 8th position with 64 points.
Australia is being graced with her presence on our television screens once again as she currently takes part in The Voice Australia. Bella appeared on the 4th episode of the Blind Auditions where she performed the Kesha song, Praying. All four judges turned their chairs around, including Delta Goodrem, but in the end, Bella chose to join the team of Kelly Rowland. Watch the official snippet here (full audio can be found on Spotify)
Moving forward into the knockout rounds, Bella performed alongside two other artists in a Bruno Mars themed knockout with the song It Will Rain as the performance track. Bella once again proved herself, being the winner of the knockout.
The next challenge was the Battle Rounds, where it was just two artists put together, with the best artist continuing through to the live shows. Bella was paired against Erin Whetters performing the Demi Lovato track Sorry Not Sorry. Once again, Bella Paige triumphed, meaning she would be a part of the Top 13.
The first live show took place on the 20th of May, and Bella performed the song Never Enough which was from the movie soundtrack of The Greatest Showman. She was saved by the public, meaning she would continue in the live shows.
The latest episode took place on the 27th of May, and Bella performed the song No Tears Left to Cry by Ariana Grande. Once again, she was saved by the public so her journey will continue.
Stay tuned for more news on her Voice Australia journey, and watch her Junior Eurovision performance below: