The UK will be represented at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest by Mae Muller.
In May, the 25-year-old will play her song I Wrote A Song at the competition in an attempt to duplicate Sam Ryder’s triumph from the previous year.
She remarked that being a part of such a sizable music competition was “really amazing” and called it “a dream” to be involved.
One of the final competing nations to reveal its song for 2023 is the UK.
Muller, who was born in 1997, the year the UK last won the Eurovision, has supported Little Mix on tour and has collaborated with musicians like Aitch and Sigala.
From ABBA to Mneskin, Muller stated, “I’m a tremendous fan of so many of the artists that have found success at Eurovision.
Sam Ryder proved the UK could once again be on the left side of the scoreboard by being so incredible last year.
Last year, Ryder finished in second place, delivering the UK its greatest performance in 20 years.
Muller acknowledged that she had high standards to meet.