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Economic woes hit Eurovision

Josh Dubovie

This weekend's Eurovision Song Contest has fewer entrants than in previous years, and organisers say it's down to economics.

Officials from the trans-European music competition have revealed that financial constraints caused a number of countries, including Hungary, Andorra, Montenegro and the Czech Republic, to back out of the long-running event.

Producer Svante Stockselius told BBC News: "Of course, the economic crisis is affecting us. We have fewer countries competing this year and they all withdrew for the same reason - budget cuts."

The UK's hope rests on 19-year-old Josh Dubovie, performing a track named 'That Sounds Good To Me'.

The show takes place tomorrow (June 29) in Oslo, Norway and will be broadcast on BBC 1 from 8pm.

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