Among the latest countries to reveal the scepter in the Eurovision fire is the host Great Britain. Mae Muller will try to repeat last year’s success of the islander Zack Ryder with the song I Wrote A Song.
“To compete in such a big music competition is amazing,” said the winner of the British Eurovision Song Contest after the results were announced Mae Muller and added that her dream had come true. Like last year, the British BBC chose its representative in cooperation with a company that deals with the management of musicians.
The 25-year-old was born just when Great Britain won the last Eurovision, which she has followed since she was a child. “I love some of the bands that made it to Eurovision, from Abba to Maneskin,” Muller said, adding that he was last year’s runner-up Zack Ryder outstanding and has proven. that after a long time Britain is ready to reach the highest places again.
“It’s bigger than anything I’ve done before, I’m already feeling the pressure,” said the singer, adding that she had already asked Ryder for some good Eurovision advice. BBC music journalist Mark Savage wrote in his analysis of the performers at the local Eurovision Song Contest that the songs are about love breakups – such as I Wrote A Song – the singer’s trademark. To the rhythm and melody of a club hit, the singer tells her unfaithful ex-partner what she would like to do to him: destroy his car, go crazy at his door and turn his life into torture, but she prefers to write a song instead. “It’s called growing up,” Muller concluded in the announcement video.