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Eurovision 'sounds good' to UK's Josh


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Posted 12 May, 2010, 17:30

The live show was hosted by Graham Norton, in front of a very enthusiastic standing audience. Pete Waterman took to stage and explained that six competing acts would first of all perform a hit song by the Stock, Aitken and Waterman songwriting team.
To help Pete Waterman decide which three artists would progress to the final round, he was helped by last year’s entrant Jade Ewen and Bruno Tonioli. After all six acts had performed. Pete then revealed that the three finalists would be Esma, Alexis and Josh. They all took turns in performing the specially commissioned entry That Sounds Good To Me. This was the first time the song had been revealed to the public.
It was then up to the televoting public who would take the honour and follow in Jade Ewen's footsteps and perform for the United Kingdom in Oslo. After an interval act where the Sugababes and Alexander Rybak performed, Graham Norton announced the results. In third place finished Esma. The runner up was Alexis and the winner was Josh.
Have a look at our interview with Josh below and find out even more who he is.
You can watch Josh Dubovie perform his song in the brand new video below.

Who is he?

Josh Dubovie is nineteen years old, comes from Essex in England and will be the United Kingdom's hope in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest.
Josh has been singing since he was little. Aged nine Josh attended the StageAbility Drama school at weekends and as an after school activity. The school concentrated mainly on acting, but they also put on musical theatre shows like The King And I and My Fair Lady.
Aged fifteen Josh was given the part of Enjolras in the school production of Les Miserables. As he had never sung before he went to see a vocal coach. Josh instantly fell in love with singing swing and his coach encouraged him to put on showcases of his music. When Josh left school his father, Richard, decided to manage him and has got him the majority of his professional work.
In 2009, Josh starred as Riff in StageAbility’s production of West Side Story.
Josh believes he has his mum's voice and his dad's confidence. He has performed at countless festivals and sports events and now works as a professional singer.
He will perform twelfth in the Final on 29th May in Oslo, Norway.
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