Her mother would be so proud - Mae Muller rises like a phoenix from the ashes to claim her first-ever UK Top 10 single with I Wrote A Song.
Following an admittedly disappointing result in Liverpool (they just didn't understand!!), the UK has well and truly rallied behind Mae, taking I Wrote A Song up a massive thirty-six places in the Official Singles Chart today, to a brand new peak of Number 9.
The Zantecore foam party banger, co-written by Mae, Karen Poole (Becky Hill, Kylie Minogue) and producer Lewis Thompson (Rita Ora, Joel Corry) with co-production from Alfred Parx (L Devine), gains a brand new peak, having originally rushed to debut at Number 30 - the first UK Eurovision entry to debut inside the Top 40 in over a decade.
I Wrote A Song also helps usher Mae into an exciting new phase of her career, becoming her first-ever Top 10 single. She previously reached the Top 40 with slow-burning summer anthem Better Days with Neiked and Polo G in 2021.
WATCH Mae Muller react to Eurovision's I Wrote A Song going Top 10 in the UK:
Reacting to the news, Mae told Official Charts: "We’ve only gone and bloody done it – Top 10 in the Official Singles Chart with I Wrote A Song!
"Thank you so much for all the support, I cannot thank you guys enough. It could not have happened without you, without the UK getting behind me. It’s been a weird couple of days, but this has just been such an amazing end to my Eurovision journey. I’m so, so grateful.
"My first Top 10! This is a big deal, I can’t lie. It’s just the beginning. I love you so much!"