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Mae Muller arrives at the opening ceremony of the 67th annual Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool

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Mae Muller seemed in high spirits as she stepped onto the red carpet at the opening ceremony of the 67th annual Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool on Sunday.

The singer, who represents the UK in the competition, looked fabulous in a lilac number as she turned up a storm.

She danced around, showing off her slender body in the form-fitting midi dress with floor-length draped fabric and a hood.

The artist added inches to her frame in a pair of silver heels and flashed a bold dazzling daring manicure.

Mae styled her long dark locks in two neat Dutch braids from a center parting and opted for a natural makeup palette.

All smiles: Mae Muller seemed in high spirits as she stepped onto the red carpet at the opening ceremony of the 67th annual Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool on Sunday

Amazing: The singer, who represents the UK in the competition, looked incredible in a lilac number as she kicked up a storm

Amazing: The singer, who represents the UK in the competition, looked incredible in a lilac number as she kicked up a storm

The beauty waved to Eurovision fans who lined the street and posed for selfies.

Hosted by Olympian Sam Quek and Ukrainian presenter Timur Miroshnychenko, Sunday’s party saw 37 acts take to the carpet for a welcome to the city outside St George’s Hall.

Among the artists who will perform to an audience of nearly 30,000 is the band Frankie Goes to Hollywood, who will reunite after their split in 1987.

Other acts with a Liverpool connection on the lineup include girl group Atomic Kitten, funk band The Real Thing and The Lightning Seeds – singers of the football anthem Three Lions.

Atomic Kitten’s Natasha Hamilton and Liz McLarnon dressed to impress for the evening as they sparkled in a colorful sequin vest and stylish green suit.

Meanwhile, The Vivienne made sure all eyes were on her on the red carpet as she posed in a form-fitting purple velor jumpsuit.

Having fun: She danced around showing off her slim body in the form-fitting midi dress with a draped piece of fabric to the floor and a hood

Having fun: She danced around showing off her slim body in the form-fitting midi dress with a draped piece of fabric to the floor and a hood

Mesmerizing: The artist added inches to her frame in a pair of silver heels and flashed a bold dazzling daring manicure

Mesmerizing: The artist added inches to her frame in a pair of silver heels and flashed a bold dazzling daring manicure

Chic: Mae styled her long dark locks in two neat Dutch braids from a center parting and opted for a natural makeup palette

Relieved: The beauty waved to Eurovision fans who lined the street and posed for selfies

Chic: Mae styled her long dark locks in two neat Dutch braids from a center parting and opted for a natural makeup palette

Wow: the contest is being hosted in the UK on behalf of last year's winners, Ukraine

Wow: the contest is being hosted in the UK on behalf of last year’s winners, Ukraine

Jennifer Ellison turned heads when she went braless in a very sassy skintight cropped jumpsuit with velvet sleeves.

Former Eurovision winners Conchita Wurst, who represented Austria in 2014, and Jamala from Ukraine, who competed in 2016, are also on the lineup for the performance, hosted by AJ Odudu and Joel Dommett.

Preparations for the Eurovision song contest are in full swing in Liverpool, which is hosting the festival instead of Ukraine due to the Russian invasion.

The Eurovision Village, in the town’s Pier Head, opened on Friday with a performance by last year’s winners Kalush Orchestra and Jake Shears from Scissor Sisters performed there on Saturday after a screening of the coronation.

The first semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest takes place on Tuesday.

Favorites for the competition are Britain’s Mae Muller, France’s La Zarra and Spain’s Blanca Paloma.

Muller has said her training for the Eurovision Song Contest was “like a boot camp” as she reflected on the challenges of being an emerging artist in the music industry.

Duo: Among those performing are Natasha Hamilton and Liz McLarnon of Atomic Kitten who were dressed to impress for the evening in a dazzlingly colorful sequin vest and stylish green suit

Duo: Among those performing are Natasha Hamilton and Liz McLarnon of Atomic Kitten who were dressed to impress for the evening in a dazzlingly colorful sequin vest and stylish green suit

Sensational: Meanwhile, The Vivienne made sure all eyes were on her on the red carpet as she posed in a form-fitting purple velor jumpsuit

Sensational: Meanwhile, The Vivienne made sure all eyes were on her on the red carpet as she posed in a form-fitting purple velor jumpsuit

Eye-catching: Jennifer Ellison turned heads when she went braless in a very sassy skintight cropped jumpsuit with velvet sleeves

Eye-catching: Jennifer Ellison turned heads when she went braless in a very sassy skintight cropped jumpsuit with velvet sleeves

It won't be long now: Highlights from the concert will be shown on BBC One on Monday

It won’t be long now: Highlights from the concert will be shown on BBC One on Monday

Unbelievable: preparations for the Eurovision song contest are in full swing in Liverpool, which is hosting the festival instead of Ukraine due to the Russian invasion

Unbelievable: preparations for the Eurovision song contest are in full swing in Liverpool, which is hosting the festival instead of Ukraine due to the Russian invasion

The 25-year-old singer will represent the UK at the Eurovision song contest in Liverpool in the grand final on May 13 with her song I Wrote A Song, which features tongue-in-cheek lyrics about a cheating ex-boyfriend and a propulsive dance. defeat.

In an interview with The Sunday Times, Muller admitted that she would like to do well in the competition, but that it has been ‘non-stop for two months’, describing it as ‘kind of a boot camp’.

The London-born singer was confirmed as the UK Eurovision act in early March and has since made appearances at a number of Eurovision events ahead of the big day, including meeting the King and Queen.

Muller joined the royal couple as they unveiled the spectacular podium of the match in Liverpool, with Charles telling her: “We will be watching you with great interest – urging you on.”

She also has pressure to follow in the footsteps of runner-up Sam Ryder last year with his uplifting pop song Space Man, which gave the UK its best result in over 20 years.

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