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Balala the Fairies
Number 1
Number of episodes: 52
First episode: "Mysterious Music Box"
Last episode: {{{last-ep}}}
Original airing: 2008
Balala the Fairies: The Mystery Note

Balala the Fairies (巴拉拉小魔仙, Bālālā xiǎo mó xiān) is a Chinese fantasy series, created by Guangdong Alpha Group Co., Ltd. and the first installment of the Balala the Fairies franchise.


Fairy Castle is a magical world ruled by the Fairy Queen, where Fairies can learn how to use magic and use it to help others. But black magic is forbidden. One day, the Dark Fairy Luna (小月) stole all the black magic and took away the magical Fairy Stone. She wants to learn the secret of the greatest magic and hide into the human world. The fairy, Shirley, who guards the Stone, traveled to the human world in order to find the Fairy Stone and redeem herself, as she was punished for her irresponsibility and trapped inside a music box. She landed somewhere in China, where she was found by two girls: Maggie and Michelle Lin. Shirley became the caretaker and best friend of the two sisters, and with help from the Queen, they transform into fairies and start their quest to find the Stone.

On their quest, they come across Lily, the mysterious apprentice of Luna.



Designation Role
Pink Fairy Michelle Lin/Lin Mei-xue (凌美雪)
Blue Fairy Maggie Lin/Lin Mei-qi (凌美琪)
Yellow Fairy Shirley/Xiao Lan (小蓝)


Designation Role
Prince Noah Prince You Le (游乐)


Designation Role
Luna Luna/Xiao Yue (小月)
Lily Lily Yian/Yian Lili (严莉莉)

Supporting CharactersEdit

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  • Liao Jing Yuan (廖景萱) as Shirley
  • Huang An Yi (黄安仪) as Michelle
  • Sun Zhen (孙圳) as Maggie
  • Zhou Jiao (周娇) as Luna
  • Liu Mei Han (刘美含) as Lily
  • Yuan Qi Feng (袁奇峰) as Prince Youle
  • Wang Hui (王慧) as the Fairy Queen


  • to be added

Balala the Fairies: The Movie (Feature Film)Edit

Balala the Fairies: The Magic Trial (Feature Film)Edit

Balala the Fairies: Princess Camellia Edit


  • This is China's first installment of their own Magical Girl series. However, it has also been criticized for being too similar to popular Japanese series, such as Sailor Moon or Pretty Cure.
  • Only the first and the fifth season are live-action in the Balala the Fairies Franchise. The other 3 and the spin-offs are animated:
    • 2nd: Balala the Fairies: Rainbow Heart Stone
    • 3rd: Balala the Fairies: Miracle Dance
    • 4th: Balala the Fairies: Finding Melody
    • 6th: Balala the Fairies: Over the Rainbow
    • 7th: Balala the Fairies: Ocean Magic
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