Mae Muller reveals she kept Eurovision 2023 secret for TWO months as she’s confirmed as UK entry

MAE Muller has been confirmed as the UK’s Eurovision 2023 entry.

The singer, 25, who is best known for her song 2021 tune Better Days, kept the secret for TWO months.

GettyMae Muller is going to represent the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest[/caption]

GettyThe singer will perform I Wrote A Song for the competition[/caption]

The news was confirmed this morning on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on Radio 2 this morning.

Eurovision fanatic Rylan Clark joined Zoe on air to announce it.

Mae said: “Hello I am Mae Muller and I am representing the UK in this year’s Eurovision!

“I’ve been wanting to say that for months.”

They went on to play her tune I Wrote A Song, that she produced especially for the competition.

Zoe asked: “How does it feel to finally release that?”

Mae replied: “I literally… that has been on my lips and in my brain and in my soul.”

“How long have you known?,” Zoe asked.

Mae confessed: “I’ve known for like two months, I’m pretty sure my time frame is so all over the place, it’s been a hot minute!

“I usually love to chat so it’s been so hard for me.”

The Eurovision Song Contest will return to our screens in May.

It will be held in Liverpool after we finished as runners-up thanks to Sam Ryder last year.

The Eurovision Grand Final 2023 will be held on Saturday, May 13, 2023.

The semi-finals leading up to the big night will be on Tuesday, May 9 and Thursday, May 11, 2023.

GettyMae released her first album Chapter 1 in 2019[/caption]