Andrew Lloyd Webber will be watching his beloved Leyton Orient football team play tomorrow, putting his appearance on BBC1's Any Dream Will Do show in doubt, according to reports.

Lloyd Webber is a huge fan of the O's and wouldn't miss their crucial game against Bradford for the world - or a Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Orient are one place outside of the relegation zone in League One, just two points above Bradford who are one place below.

According to the Sun, Lloyd Webber said: "If I go to the match I definitely wont get back for dress rehearsal and possibly not the live show.

"But I don't want to miss Orient, it's such an important game."

Tomorrow's programme is due to begin at 19:25 BST on BBC1 with a small gap until the results show at 21:50 BST.

The talent show, which aims to find a leading man for the forthcoming production of Joseph, has been a ratings hit sine it began at the preliminary audition stage.

Last week Chris Crosby, a sales assistant from Bradford, became the first potential Joseph to be eliminated from the show, taking the total number of hopefuls down to 11.



20/04/2007 13:03:44