Simon Cowell has promised that the Britain's Got Talent judges have chosen fewer singers for the live semi-finals of its new series.
The talent contest has frequently been criticised by viewers in recent years for featuring too many singing acts - some of whom could have instead taken part in other music-focussed shows such as The X Factor or The Voice.
And it seems Cowell has finally decided to address the complaints, as he's hinted that we can expect more variety in this year's line-up.
Speaking at a press conference to launch BGT's ninth run yesterday, the 55-year-old said: "There’s less singers this year. Obviously we know who’s in the finals.
"It was a bit top-heavy last year, but it’s more evened out this year, so we do listen."
Of the eleven finalists in the previous series, five were singing acts - including eventual winners Collabro (pictured), who have since released a chart-topping album.
The panel - Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams - chose 40 acts for this year's semi-finals from a shortlist of successful auditionees at a deliberation day in London last month.
They will join the five who received a 'golden buzzer' - which the judges can press to give a guaranteed semi-final place to an act regardless of what the others think.
Britain's Got Talent returns to ITV this Saturday night at 8.00pm.