Eurovision 2023 hopeful Mae Muller meets junior Eurovision star Freya Skye
The upcoming 67th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest is set to take place in Liverpool, United Kingdom.
Mae Muller (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for MTV/Paramount Global)
Popstar Mae Muller, who is representing the UK in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, recently met UK Junior Eurovision star Freya Skye. Skye visited Muller to interview her and get some exclusive updates on her show.
Muller said she wanted her performance to “feel like a party”. She, however, chose not to divulge much about her show as she was sworn to secrecy. She revealed that she has, of course, told her parents, but they have also been sworn to secrecy.
When asked if she feels any pressure mounting on her ahead of the world’s biggest international song competition which is expected to be watched by more than 160 million people from around the world, the “I Wrote A Song” singer said rehearsals help her deal with the pressure – because to represent the UK in Eurovision was “such a big honour” for her.
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In other news, Muller on Monday returned to her former secondary school in north London to give an assembly and to discuss her career as a musician. She was a pupil at Acland Burghley School in Tufnell Park between the ages of 11 and 16 and left in 2013.
The upcoming 67th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest is set to take place in Liverpool, United Kingdom, after Ukraine, winner of the 2022 contest with the song “Stefania” by Kalush Orchestra, was unable to meet the demands of hosting the event due to security concerns caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The contest will consist of two semi-finals on 9 and 11 May and a final on 13 May 2023.
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