UK: Webber might not go to Moscow in May

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Writer and composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber, of the United Kingdom's Eurovision Song Contest entry for Moscow 2009 may not go to Russia in May to support the UK representative there.

Speaking on radio, Webber admitted that he "might not go" if the wrong act is chosen by the public adding: "I really can't be a miracle worker." He said he would have to "spend quite a lot more time" with one of the acts.

Webber has said that the song 'My Time' is "a rocky power ballad" with lyrics penned by Grammy-winning US songwriter Diane Warren.

He said he did not have a favourite act of the three, but added: "I think I might say there are two."

Webber also added that the finalists in Your Country Needs You "are infinitely better than anything that Britain has remotely conceived of putting near the stage" in recent years.

You can listen to Webber speaking in the radio interview here.

Tonight see's the culmination of the UK National Selection with with the Grand Final of "Your Country Needs You." You can follow the show coverage along with esctoday.com

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