They did very well in last year's Eurovision Song Contest, and our neighbours in the UK will be hoping to continue their successful streak in this year's competition on home ground.

Last year's entry Sam Ryder came second in the contest but topped the jury votes. As a result, the contest is being held in Liverpool in May due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, who were victorious in last year's contest.

Now, the UK have revealed their entry for this year and it's a name that will be already familiar to many.

Pop act Mae Muller, who has toured with Little Mix and scored a hit with Neiked and Polo G on their collaboration 'Better Days' in 2021, will fly the flag for the UK this year.

Muller's most recent release has been a collaboration with Sigala called 'Feels This Good', but she will bring her track 'I Wrote a Song' to Eurovision.

As one of the 'Big Five', the UK will not have to compete in the semi-finals and will instead go straight through to the final on May 13th.

Ireland, meanwhile, will compete in Semi-Final 1 on May 9th, when Wild Youth will perform 'We Are One' in a bid to reach the final for the first time since 2018.

Tickets for Eurovision sold out in minutes when they went on sale earlier this week, even crashing Ticketmaster temporarily.

Hear Muller's entry 'I Wrote a Song' below: