Mae Muller, the UK’s Eurovision contender, on hosting Ukraine’s big party at home

Londoner Mae Muller is the UK’s representative in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Following the success of Sam Ryder and Måneskin in recent years, Muller is aiming to continue the country’s success with her pop anthem, I Wrote A Song. With her signing to Universal Music UK and having supported Little Mix on tour, Muller’s participation is an excellent move in her career.

Eurovision is no longer seen as a risky platform for credible pop stars, and Muller is delighted that the contest is gaining greater respect. As a result, even high-profile artists like Birdy and Rina Sawayama are rumored to be interested in participating. Additionally, Muller’s I Wrote A Song became the first UK entry to enter the Top 40 since Blue’s I Can in 2011.

Mae Muller, the UK's Eurovision contender, on hosting Ukraine's big party at home

Currently Muller is the 10th favorite to win, and she will be closing the show in her home country. Despite the pressure, Muller is looking at the positive side of things and is excited to connect with as many people as possible through her song. She is enthusiastic about the contest’s relocation to Liverpool, as it means more countries are participating, and there is a united spirit in support of Ukraine.

While Eurovision is historically known for its glitter and showmanship, Muller is pleased that Ukraine’s presence and the ongoing conflict in the country are not ignored. She believes that the way to address the political situation is through unity, support, and coming together.

Muller’s participation in Eurovision is an excellent opportunity for her career, and she is eager to share her song with a wider audience. Her enthusiasm for the contest and its unifying spirit are palpable, and it bodes well for her performance.

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