Here's a first look at the Got To Dance 2014 judges ahead of this week's opening show.
Adam Garcia is back on the panel this year for his fourth series, sitting alongside veteran Got To Dance judges Kimberly Wyatt and Ashley Banjo who have both appeared on every run so far.
The trio spent a week auditioning thousands of budding dance acts in Camden earlier this year, hosting try outs at the famous Roundhouse venue.
As in the past, acts needed to get three gold stars from all of the judges in order to progress into the next round.
But in a format twist, those who got through the first round then had to perform again for the panel at the callbacks in the evening.
The judges then got to pick - and fight over - their favourite acts as the picked performers to make up their own teams of dancers for the live shows.
If more than judge wanted the same act, it was up to the act to decide which team they joined.
In the live shows later this month, the dancers will be mentored by their team's judge as they perform for the public votes.
Got To Dance 2014 auditions begin this Saturday night at 8PM on Sky1 and Sky1HD.