Mae Muller

Name: Mae Muller ( Holly Mae Muller )
Born: August 26, 1997
Age: 26 years old
Birthplace: London, England
Height: 5 Feet 5 Inches
Occupation: singer, songwriter
Relationship Status: not married
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  • Horoscope: Virgo
  • Net worth: $5 000 000
  • Ethnicity: Jewish
  • Nationality: British
  • Fathers name: Matt Muller
  • Mothers name: Nicola Jackson
  • Education: Hampstead Fine Arts College
  • Weight: 63.0
  • Hair color: Dark brown
  • Eye color: Green
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    Mae Muller: biography

    Mae Muller whose full name is Holly Mae Muller is a British singer and songwriter from London. She represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool with the song "I Wrote a Song".

    Childhood and youth

    Mae Muller was born on August 26, 1997, in London, England. She grew up in the North London neighborhood of Kentish Town and has described her childhood as being surrounded by music. Her father was a guitarist and would often play music around the house, and her mother was a fan of artists like Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey.

    Muller started writing songs at a young age and was inspired by artists such as Amy Winehouse, Adele, and Beyoncé. She began posting covers and original songs on YouTube and eventually caught the attention of record labels. However, she wanted to wait until she had more experience and a stronger sense of her own sound before signing a deal.

    After finishing school, Muller began performing at open mic nights and showcases around London, honing her skills as a live performer. She eventually signed with Capitol Records UK and released her debut EP "No One Else" in 2018.

    Since then, Muller has continued to gain attention for her soulful vocals and honest songwriting, and has become known for her empowering message of self-love and individuality. Despite her relatively young age, she has already achieved a lot in her career and shows no signs of slowing down.

    Music career

    Mae Muller's music career began in earnest in 2018, with the release of her debut EP "No One Else." The project featured six tracks, including the lead single "The Hoodie Song," which garnered attention for its catchy melody and relatable lyrics. The EP showcased Muller's powerful voice and soulful delivery, as well as her talent for writing honest, confessional lyrics that resonated with listeners.

    Following the success of "No One Else," Muller went on to release two more EPs in quick succession: "Frankly" and "Figures." Both projects continued to showcase her impressive vocal range and songwriting skills, and helped to solidify her growing reputation as a rising star in the UK music scene.

    In addition to her solo work, Muller has also collaborated with a number of other artists and producers, including UK rapper Avelino and Norwegian DJ/producer Alan Walker. She has also performed live with acts such as Little Mix and Liam Payne, and has played at festivals such as The Great Escape and SXSW.

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    Throughout her career, Muller has been praised for her empowering message of self-love and individuality, which she expresses through her music and her public persona. In interviews, she has spoken candidly about her own experiences with body image and mental health, and has emphasized the importance of staying true to oneself in the face of societal pressure.

    Muller's music draws from a variety of genres, including soul, pop, and R&B. Her influences range from classic artists like Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey to contemporary acts like Jorja Smith and Billie Eilish. She has been praised for her ability to blend these different sounds and styles into a unique sound that is both fresh and timeless.

    On March 3rd, 2023, Mae Muller teamed up with Sigala, Caity Baser and Stefflon Don for a collaborative track titled "Feels This Good". Shortly after, on March 9th, it was announced that she would represent the UK at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool. Her song "I Wrote a Song" was simultaneously released with a music video. The track made history as the first UK Eurovision entry in over ten years to debut in the top 40 of the UK Singles Chart.

    Personal life

    Mae Muller keeps her personal life relatively private, but there are a few things that are publicly known about her personal life.

    In interviews, Muller has spoken about struggling with body image issues and mental health, and has emphasized the importance of self-love and self-care. She has also shared that she is passionate about supporting organizations that promote body positivity and mental health awareness.

    Muller has been open about her love of fashion, and often incorporates bold and colorful looks into her performances and music videos. She has cited style icons such as Cher and Rihanna as influences, and has collaborated with fashion brands such as Nasty Gal and Missguided.

    As of 2023, there is no public information available about Muller's romantic relationships or dating history. She has stated in interviews that her music is largely inspired by her own experiences with love and heartbreak, but has not shared details about any specific relationships.



    • "After Hours" (2018)
    • "Frankly" (2018)
    • "No One Else, Not Even You" (2020)


    • "The Hoodie Song" (2018)
    • "Leave It Out" (2018)
    • "Jenny" (2019)
    • "Anticlimax" (2019)
    • "Dick" (2019)
    • "Therapist" (2020)
    • "I Don't Want Your Money" (2020)
    • "HFBD" (2020)
    • "So Annoying" (2020)
    • "Better Days" (2021)
    • "American Psycho" (2022)
    • "I Wrote a Song" (2023)

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