Ex-shop worker who’s bagged the chance to sing for UK at Eurovision
SHE has big shoes to fill after last year. But music industry experts hope former clothes shop worker Mae Muller will bring success as Britain’s entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
The Daily Mail can reveal that the London-born singer will today be announced by the BBC as Britain’s entry for the competition, which will take place in Liverpool. She follows Sam Ryder, who last year was runner- up to Ukraine’s entry with his hit
Space Man. Sources say they are confident that Ms Muller, 25, pictured, will win ‘far more’ than nil points when she takes to the stage in May. Ms Muller began writing songs at the age of eight before leaving college to work in a clothes shop while working on her music. She supported girl group Little Mix on their 2019 tour.