Jedward's backing singer Leanne Moore admitted she's worried about going to Eurovision after terrorist threats made against performers.
However, the blonde beauty insisted the show will go on despite the danger from Islamic terrorists in Azerbaijan.
"You're always a little bit worried when you hear things like that," she said. "It's terrible. It's a terrible thing to happen and these things have to be taken hugely seriously of course but I'm sure all the measures that have to be taken will be taken."
She said she will forget her fears and just concentrate on her performance on the night.
"It's something that we have to overcome and we'll just carry on with out heads up and keep going," she said. "Unfortunately it is just one of those things that mars all these big huge events that take place in the world."
Terrorists have threatened to target Jedward and other Eurovision participants at the annual music competition in May.
An Islamic group claimed they will target the participants of the Eurovision song contest in Azerbaijan as they are "European scum".
It has threatened the use of 'knives and chemical weapons" at the contest.
The terror group said in a statement yesterday "Blood of the European scum must be shed by the will of Allah."
Jedward and other travelling participants will now have additional security measures introduced for their protection in the capital city, Baku.