Havana Brown had a hit this summer with “We Run the Night,” but we could be hearing from another female Aussie in 2013. Samantha Jade won this season of The X Factor in Australia, but isn’t’ exactly a stranger to the music industry. She’s written songs for JoJo and Ashley Tisdale, was signed to Jive Records, and is featured on David Guetta’s album “One Love.” However, I’m all for not-so-amateur contestants appearing on singing competition shows (see: Cassadee Pope) and getting a second shot at success. Samantha’s winning single, “What You’ve Done to Me,” is far better than what most winners get to release following their coronation. The song was co-written by Jörgen Elofsson, who, by no surprise, is Swedish and a product of Cheiron Studios. He’s been penning hits for well over a decade, spanning from Britney Spears’ “(You Drive Me) Crazy” to Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You).” Samantha’s song is the catchy pop we’ve come to expect, with a carefree electropop sound reminiscent of “Call Me Maybe.” Of course, the track has already hit #1 in her native Australia–but is the rest of the world next? This definitely sounds like it could be a hit worldwide, so it will be interesting to see if Sony gives it a push in 2013. She’s also really hot (see above) and the kind of commercial artist that wouldn’t have a shot in hell at winning The X Factor in the US, so it will be interesting to see how this plays out.