Got To Dance judges Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia have bigged up two of the younger acts competing in the show's grand final this weekend.
In an interview with The Sun, Wyatt praised seven-year-old Glaswegian contemporary dancer Sweet Surprise, real name Mya, whom the former Pussycat Doll described as an 'absolute rock star'.
She said: "Sweet Surprise really stands out because I think she is an absolute rock star at seven. I'm really happy to have her in the finals because she is so young and is such an incredible performer.
"Mya really represents GTD in its entirety."
Meanwhile, Garcia is backing Tayluer (10) and Elliott (8), a Liverpool ballet duo, saying he's 'thrilled' they're representing the classical dance.
"It is so unexpected to have that in the final competing against massive explosive street acts," the tap supremo commented.
"Yet they did win the public's hearts in their semi-final. I really hope they give a great representation of themselves on Sunday."
The final, airing this Sunday at 6.00pm on Sky 1 (HD), will see the top ten acts return to perform once more in front of an audience of 6,000 at London's Olympia as they compete for the £250,000 prize.