I represented the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest but I don’t remember my performance – so it will be difficult for Mae Muller to win

BLUE member Antony Costa has admitted he can’t remember performing at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest due to the heavy workload.

The 41-year-old singer took part in the singing competition in Germany with his bandmates after reunification in 2011.

Antony Costa has confessed he doesn't remember his time at the Eurovision Song Contest


Antony Costa has confessed he doesn’t remember his time at the Eurovision Song ContestPhoto credit: Getty
He performed with his Blue bandmates at the 2011 competition


He performed with his Blue bandmates at the 2011 competitionPhoto credit: Reuters
He's shared his thoughts on this year's star, Mae Muller


He’s shared his thoughts on this year’s star, Mae MullerPhoto credit: Reuters

Although Antony placed 11th with his track “I Can,” he admitted he didn’t remember anything from the competition due to the intense schedule.

chat with Betway CasinoHe admitted, “The performance was great and I enjoyed the performance but I don’t remember it at all.”

“I only remember it when I look back. I don’t remember performing at all, but I can tell you how many interviews I gave that day. It was like a whirlwind.”

Antony compared participating in the competition to the world championship, adding, “It’s practically the world championship of singing.”

“But I’ve always said one thing and I’ll take it to my grave: It was the hardest ten days of work I’ve ever done in my life. It was about coming to Düsseldorf on Monday, and we did it.” 10 days there.

“We got there a week before the gig, played the show and then came home.”

“It was honestly incredible, interviews, press conferences, photo shoots and Eurovision parties.”

The UK hosts the 2023 competition tonight on behalf of last year’s winners Ukraine.

Singer Mae Muller hopes to take home the crown with her track “I Wrote A Song.”

However, Antony admitted the pressure to secure a home win at Liverpool could make it even more difficult for Mae to become champions.

The boy band player said: “I think there could be a lot of pressure on her because in our home country it’s the UK. I hope she does well and ends up on the left side of the leaderboard.”

“I don’t know how Mae will handle pressure, but I like to think she’ll take it.

“Just go out and enjoy it because it’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience.”

Mae will be performing at the competition tonight


Mae will be performing at the competition tonightPhoto credit: EPA

Emma James

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