Britain's Got Talent dog trainer Lucy would love to make a Trip Hazard movie if they win the competition.
The pair are perhaps the most adorable act ever on BGT and have the potential to become the show's third animal act to win.
Tiny Trip won over the judges back during the first audition show and tonight he and Lucy will perform live for the public vote.
“I want to fly the flag for small dogs,” Lucy said this week. “A lot of people don’t even think to train them, but actually they’re really clever and nice to train. They love it. I want to change their stereotypes.”
Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, Lucy went on: “It annoys me when I see people like Paris Hilton walking around with dogs in their handbags as it’s not giving them the opportunity to be real dog.
"Just because they’re little they still need exercise like bigger dogs.
“I’m definitely seeing more people in the UK carrying them around like fashion accessories and it’s a shame as you get the ones who turn really snappy because they’ve been so mollycoddled and then that gives them a bad reputation with people branding them ankle biters.”
Lucy previously auditioned for last year's BGT with one of her Border Collies but didn't make the live shows.
Trip has proved to be much more successful and if they win, Lucy has big plans for the petite pooch.
“I think we could do Trip Hazard the movie,” Lucy revealed. “He’s got so much to offer.
“I’d love to take him on the road so lots of people could see him perform tricks, as long as it didn’t go against his welfare.”
For now, Britain's Got Talent continues tonight on ITV with the last of the semi-finals.