"Fallin' For You" is the third single from Eva Avila's debut album, Somewhere Else. The song was produced by Adam Messinger.
It was released to radio April 3-12, 2007, and premiered on MTV on April 9.
In the final 16 seconds of the track separated from the song, Avila sings in Spanish.
Eva Avila (born Eva Gougeon-Ávila, in Ottawa, Ontario, February 25, 1987) is a Canadian singer from Gatineau, Quebec and the winner of the 2006 season of Canadian Idol, the fourth year or instalment of the show. Avila is the second female winner.
She auditioned for the competition in Ottawa. Her father introduced her to music and she has been singing in public since the age of 2, and at the age of 9 was a winner on Homegrown Cafe, a talent show on CJOH-TV, in Ottawa. Prior to Idol, Avila worked as a postal clerk and a beauty consultant. She is a former winner of the Jeune Diva du Québec contest. Avila is fluent in French, English and Spanish, her father being from Peru. Her nickname, given by her family when she was a small child, is Eva le dragon (English: Eva the dragon).
On September 12, 2006, Avila and fellow Idol finalist Chad Doucette revealed they have been dating for about three weeks, but had wanted to keep it private until the competition was over.
To date, she is one of only two singers from Quebec who has been able to crack the top ten and the first to win the event. Audrey De Montigny was the first (in season 1) to reach the top ten.