The Best Of Mae Muller's TikTok As UK Eurovision Entry Announced
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The Best Of Mae Muller's TikTok As UK Eurovision Entry Announced

Jasmyne Jeffery March 9, 2023

The UK’s Eurovision entry for 2023 is Mae Muller! The singer is a rising star but has thousands of fans on her social media. To really get to know her ahead of the grand finale, we look at the best of Mae Muller’s TikTok videos as she teases her entry, I Wrote A Song.

The British public has been eagerly awaiting the news of who our Eurovision entry would be for 2023. Earlier this week, tickets flew out as fans nabbed tickets for all nine shows, with the finale in most demand. Those lucky enough to be attending will now see Mae Muller performing I Wrote A Song for the UK, with the official announcement made today (March 9).

The UK Eurovision Entry Is Announced

There were plenty of rumours about who would be representing us in the competition in 2023. This year is more important than most as the UK has taken the hosting reigns as although Ukraine won, they aren’t in a position to host.

In 2022, the UK had their most impressive result in years with Sam Ryder‘s Space Man coming second overall. Beginning as a TikTok phenomenon, Sam has gone from strength to strength and even hosted his own New Year’s Eve special that went down a treat.

We’ll be hoping for a similar result with Mae, who also has a huge following on TikTok.

The 25 year-old singer has already had some pop success. In 2019 she supported Brit Award winners Little Mix on tour. Then, in 2021 her debut single Better Days charted in the top 40 in both the UK and the United States. Last year, she released I Just Want To Dance, with her next single, I Wrote A Song being the Eurovision 2023 entry.

The starlet will be crossing her fingers for success in the competition, as well as the post-Eurovision love Sam Ryder has had.

The Best Of Mae Muller’s TikTok Videos

Mae has over 500k followers on the platform and a huge 4.5 million likes. Clearly, she’s a hit with the TikTok generation, so lets hope that all the UK gets behind Mae Muller for Eurovision 2023!

The singer shares a lot of her music on the platform, but also takes but in the latest trends and hilarious skits.


feeling very empowered rn… THIS ONES FOR THE GIRLIESSSS ❤️ #womenoftiktok #womeninmusic #newmusic

♬ original sound – Mae Muller

Her tease of the song before the official annoucement already has over 100k views. A break-up revenge anthem, its a bop that we hope goes straight to the top.

The Eurovision star isn’t all about the music and shares hilarious and relatable content too. We all know that these things will make us a better person, but finding the effort to do it is a different matter altogther.


ngl why are we grouping r&b and pop together pls #brits

♬ original sound – A Bored Human

Mae even got involved in the BRIT drama when no women were nominated for BRITs best artist of the year. Standing up for her fellow singers is a trait we can definitely get behind.

Taking to her TikTok to show she’s always been a performer, we hope that the Mae’s Eurovision choreography is a little better than this.


this is so bad it’s almost quite good ? #ceilings @lizzy

♬ ceilings – Sped Up Version – Lizzy McAlpine

Showing us she loves trends as much as we do, Mae got involved with the Ceilings trend and it had some hilarious results. Fans even said it was her “best TikTok yet.”

The countdown is officially on for Eurovision 2023 and we can’t be more excited to see what Mae delivers. We hope you know her a little better now. However, there are plenty more videos on her TikTok if you want to see even more!

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Jasmyne Jeffery is a full-time Entertainment and News Writer on university-themed website Freshered and HITC, and joined the company having previously worked in a freelance role. She attended the University of South Wales where she was also a student blogger and graduated in 2022 with a first-class honours degree in English and Creative Writing. Now, she puts her creativity to use reviewing university bars, Love Island episodes and the latest apps any 18-25-year-old is using.