Pop superstar Mae Muller has opened up about her Eurovision 2023 journey after performing as the UK’s entry. On 13 May, 26 countries returned to the Liverpool Arena to battle it out for the coveted first-place title and Eurovision trophy.
Due to Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine, the UK hosted the highly anticipated competition on behalf of the European country – who took home the title with Kalush Orchestra’s single Stefania in 2022.
Throughout the evening, viewers were treated to an array of unique and iconic performances, including one from Muller – who delivered a sizzling performance of her breakup track I Wrote A Song.
While the young talent delivered incredible vocals, intricate choreography and an interactive set, she came in second to last place.