Step 1. Add our email to your VIP list

We give every single application very careful consideration, but we with so many kids applying to join the Bubblegum family, this can take a little time. However, we will certainly be in touch if we need to arrange an interview with you and your child. 

Make sure that our emails aren’t marked as spam and that your ‘Thank You For Applying’ email has gone straight to your inbox.

You might also want to make sure that all emails that come from go are on your VIP list. We don’t want your child to miss out on any opportunities because an email from us was sitting in a spam folder!

Step 2. Prepare for the interview

We wish we could represent everyone that applies to join us but with 22,000 applicants this year, that’s simply not possible. 

In fact, of those 22,000 applicants only 11,000 will come in for an interview and only 10% of those will join the agency. 

With that in mind, it really is a good idea to help your child prepare for the interview to give them the best chance of success. 

You can do that by following the instructions below. Luckily for babies, this prep work just involves being themselves, but there’s a little more to it for older kids and teens. 

Babies - 4 years old

No preparation needed — yay!

Kids 4 - 7 years old

Learn the line, “I’m a Bubblegum kid” and know how to recite it in different emotions.


Kids 8-12 years old

We ask that all kids who are aged 8-12 prepare a monologue

If you’re not sure where to start, then we recommend checking out this list of monologues for kids

Just remember to keep it around 30 – 60 seconds. 

If your child has no acting experience, there’s no need to worry. We’ll take that into account during the interview. 

Teens 13 - 18

All teens aged 12-18 must also prepare a monologue

If your teen is stuck for ideas and looking for some inspiration, then check out this curated list of monologues suitable for teenagers

The monologue should be between 30 – 60 seconds long and suitable for teens. 

Remember that if your teen has no experience in acting, we’ll take this into account during the interview. 

Only applying for modelling?

There’s no need to learn lines if you are only applying for modelling representation. 

Step 3: Prepare a list of questions you may have for our Talent Agents

As a parent you probably have quite a few things you’d like to know about both the entertainment industry and signing your child up with a talent agency.

We totally understand, and so we’ve listed some of the most frequently asked casting, acting, and modelling agency questions we hear from parents like yourself. So, check out our FAQ’s page and by chance one of your questions is left unanswered, jot it down so you can ask out Talent Agents if your child is called up for an interview. You should also check out our blog , it has a myriad of amazing resources from how to manage your child’s modelling career to preparing for auditions 

Step 4. Be patient

With the large amount of applications we receive per week, it can take some time to review every single applicant. So, take a few deep breaths and try to find your inner calm — trust us, the wait will be worth it! 

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