Bargo Wiggle Tsehay dazzles at first ARIA awards

The milestones keep coming for Bargo's Tsehay Hawkins!

Just weeks after being crowned the official new Wiggle and turning 16 years old, the talented performer has made her ARIA Awards debut.

Tsehay walked the red carpet with her bandmates, Anthony Field, Jeff Fatt and Murray Cook, and attended the event with her dad Reg Hawkins.

The excited teen told Ten's Angelia Bishop that she was thrilled to be attending her first ever ARIA awards, which were held at Taronga Zoo.

"I'm so excited, it's crazy," she said.

"I've never seen so many people in one room.

"I definitely want to meet Genesis [Owusu], but everyone else is so amazing too!"

The Wiggles also presented an award on music's night of nights.

The children's entertainers were called on to award Australian music's best live act to Lime Cordiale.

The alternative band beat out Amy Shark, Ball Park Music, Budjerah, Owusu, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Midnight Oil and First Nations Collaborators, The Avalanches and The Teskey Borthers to take home the gong.

Tsehay wasn't the only local face at the event though - The Rubens guitarist Zaac Margin also attended and collected the Menangle band's award for best producer, shared with Konstantin Kersting.

The Wiggles will this weekend perform at the Matildas home clash with Team USA, where Rosemeadow's Alanna Kennedy will be playing, and lead the crowd in the Australian anthem.

It will be the band's first public performance with their new extended line-up, including Tsehay taking the reins of official yellow Wiggle from Emma Watkins.