The 19-year-old singer, who triumphed on the BBC's talent show Your Country Needs You! last week, said that long-time collaborators Pete Waterman and Mike Stock have not let him down with their song 'That Sounds Good To Me'.
"The first time I heard the song, I was really impressed by it. It's definitely a Eurovision-style song," he told BBC Breakfast. "Waterman and Mike have lived up to expectations.
"It is such an honour [to represent the UK]. My first reaction was just my whole body, it just clenched."
Dubovie also revealed that he hopes to match Jade Ewen's top ten finish in last year's competition. "Hopefully I can follow in Jade's footsteps. I'm going to aspire to be as good as her. She broke the ice," he said.
Eurovision 2010 will take place in Oslo, Norway on May 29.
> Fox: 'Eurovision show was a shambles'