Who's on the line up for Britain's Got Talent's all star Champions series? Here are all the confirmed names and rumours!
Britain's Got Talent: The Champions will air on ITV later this year, starting on Saturday, August 31.
The upcoming special series was confirmed in the live final of this year's main show in June.
It will feature returning acts from the past 13 series of Britain's Got Talent together with other acts from Got Talent shows across the world.
The acts will compete in this supersized version of BGT, all trying to be crowned the ultimate champion and walk away with the cash prize and coveted Champions Trophy.
Over six weeks, each episode will see two acts make it through to the grand finale – the first is a Golden Buzzer act chosen by one of the judges or Ant and Dec while the second is voted through by superfans in the arena audience.
But which acts are on the line up?
Britain's Got Talent Champions line up
Britain's Got Talent acts
Paul Potts - Opera singer, series 1 winner.
Stavros Flatley - Father and son dance duo
Ashleigh Butler & Sully - Dog act. 2012 winner.
George Sampson - Dancer. 2008 winner.
Jai McDowall - Singer. 2011 winner.
Billy & Emily England - Rollerskating duo
Issy Simpson - Magician
Daliso Chaponda - Comedian
Jack Carroll - Comedian
Lost Voice Guy - Comedian, 2018 winner.
Bars and Melody - Singing duo.
Merseygirls - Dance act.
Boogie Storm - Dancers
Darcey Oake - Magician/Illusionist
The 100 Voices Of Gospel - Choir
Vicki Barbolak - American comedian
Preacher Lawson - American comedian
Paul Zerdin - British ventriloquist who won America's Got Talent in 2015.
Kseniya Simonova - Ukrainian sand performance artist
Bonnie Anderson - Australian singer.
Deadly Games - Danger act from America's Got Talent.
Alexa Lauenburger - Dog act from Germany
The Sacred Riana - Indonesian Magician and illusionist
DMX - Dance group from Pilipinas Got Talent
Arch Jnr - DJ who won South Africa's Got Talent.
Mirror Family - Mirror and light dance act who first appeared on Czecho Slovakia's Got Talent
As for who WON'T be appearing, Susan Boyle was previously tipped to be one of the first contestants after her rise to fame on Britain's Got Talent in 2009 however there have since been rumours she's had to withdraw.
And 2009 winners, dance group Diversity, have confirmed they won't be able to take part.
Diversity choreographer Ashley Banjo explained: “Who would have thought ten years ago when we won BGT we would be preparing for our biggest tour yet, Born Ready.
"While we are unable to take part, we wish all the acts the best of luck.”
Meanwhile, current BGT judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon will make up the panel with Ant and Dec hosting.
It's rumoured that the winner will walk away with a £100,000 prize fund.
BGT's Champions series follows an American version of the show, which featured a number of British acts including Susan Boyle and Paul Potts.
It's currently available to watch online in the UK via Netflix.