Jade Gears Up For Eurovision16 May 2009
The 21-year-old was chosen by the British public to perform It's My Time, a song written especially for the contest by Andrew Lloyd Webber, who is set to appear with Jade on stage in Moscow later.
A total of 25 acts will perform tonight, with Norway's Alexander Rybak currently the bookmakers' favourite to win.
Germany's act is also sure to attract some attention as it features US burlesque artist Dita Von Tese.
The BBC's coverage will also feature a new commentator for the first time since 1980.
Sir Terry Wogan recently stepped away from the competition after seeing Andy Abraham finish in last place in 2008.
Graham Norton instead will commentate on proceedings due to start around 20:00 BST tonight.
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