Got To Dance judge Kimberly Wyatt has said she hopes her acts have fun as well as working hard.
This year the Got To Dance panel are forming their own teams of acts for the live shows, with each judge taking control of one live heat.
In the final, the top acts from each of the judges' teams will then go head to head for the title of Got To Dance 2014 champion.
And for the £250,000 prize fund, of course.
With the judges demanding near perfection just to get through the auditions, the pressure is on for the acts.
However Kimberley says she hopes the performers can relax and enjoy the experience too.
"You have to be supportive and make them realise that ultimately, this has to be fun as well as hard work," she said.
Speaking ahead of this weekend's latest auditions, Kimberly continued: "As a judge, you have to realise the amount of pressure they are going to have to face.
"They're going on stage in front of so many people an competing to be the best they can."
Kimberly added: "You may make it, you may not, you just have to go out there and do your best."
Got To Dance airs tonight from 8PM on Sky1.
Browse pictures of this weekend's auditions below...