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Gosh! It’s Josh!

Posted by DINRIL on April 26, 2010

After weeks of speculation over the final version of the UK’s Eurovision entry, our very own Josh Dubovie performed the all new That Sounds Good To Me live over the weekend, at Amsterdam’s Eurovision In Concert. It was long past our bedtime by the time he took to the stage (and given his tender years, we think it was possibly long past Josh’s also), but the good news is that the performance – and indeed the new version of the song, complete with slightly different chorus and intro and other assorted nips and tucks – seems to have gone down well. Great. So that’ll be a handful of points from the Netherlands then, just another 37 or so countries to convince……:)

Oh, and you can check out the UK performance footage from the concert for yourself at esctoday.com, where it is also revealed that Josh will be joining Niamh Kavanagh, Paula and Ovi and Hera Bjork (she’ll be the one brushing volcanic ash off her sleeves for much of the evening) at the UK Eurovision Preview Party on Sunday May 2. Your friendly Eurovision Blog representative will be there too, if you want to tell us what a good job we’re doing, engage in discussion about the relative merits of Miro vs Didrik Solli-Tangen, buy us a drink or simply compliment us on our party tights…..:)

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2 Responses to “Gosh! It’s Josh!”

  1. Jon said

    The song has been improved. But I remain cautious in my enthusiasm as I think you should Caroline. 😉

  2. Kent said

    Didrik Solli-Tangen is seriously hot. I like the UK song this year more than recent years!

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