Arabella appears in the video for ‘Our World’ alongside the other 54 Miss England finalists, all sporting shiny gold catsuits.
The song is performed by fellow finalist Rheo Parnell - who holds the title of Miss Coventry - and will raise money for the Miss England and Miss World affiliated charity ‘Beauty with a Purpose.’ The charity works to improve the lives of sick, disabled and disadvantaged children throughout the UK and worldwide.
The music video for the track was directed by award-winning director Jack Van Spall, from Mountain Pictures, and was filmed in a variety of locations across the country. The song was produced by Big Help Music which is the leading artist development, management and recording company in the UK, and was written by songwriter Michael Groth. The song was originally written for the band U2, but it was never used on their album.
A Miss England spokesman said: “Our World tells the extremely pertinent story of growing environmental breakdown, of the increasing extremes in weather and climate, and of social and political unrest on the planet.
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“The song calls for the human race to work together in these difficult times.”
Big Help record company owner, Dutch Van Spall, said: “This is by far one of the most ambitious videos we have ever made. Having access to all 55 Miss England finalists added some spectacular images and all of the girls have been incredibly supportive throughout the production process, which has had its challenges. We are very proud of the finished product and we hope it is well received at the launch on December 2.”