After months of speculation, Mae Muller with the song ‘I Wrote A Song’ has been revealed as the United Kingdom’s representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool. The announcement was made this morning by Zoe Ball and Rylan on BBC Radio 2’s Breakfast Show.

Mae co-wrote her song with Brit-Nominated songwriter Lewis Thompson and Karen Poole who has worked with Kylie Minogue, Lily Allen and David Guetta just to name a few.

Mae Muller aged 25 is a singer and songwriter hailing from London who rose to international fame with the top 10 US hit and platinum-selling ‘Better Days’ in 2021. Mae also featured during Little Mix’s 2019 stadium tour as a supporting act and has to date released numerous singles.

This year’s UK entry was selected by the BBC in consultation with TaP Music who was also involved with last year’s UK entry, Sam Ryder. As a member of the Big 5 and host this year, Mae Muller will perform for the UK in the Grand Final on 13 May.

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