The Voice UK 2013 host Holly Willoughby has teased the "brilliant" auditions from series two.
The blonde beauty is back with Radio 1's Reggie Yates hosting the show, and reckons this year's singer are better than before.
Holly said: "I can't tell you too much because Tom Jones would probably kill me, but it's been brilliant.
"The moment where the chairs turn around, and it's someone who is amazing and not what people are expecting, is always a lovely element of the show."
And despite winner Leanne Mitchell not doing much with her winner's single, Holly was keen to defend the chart success of the artists who came from the show's first series.
"I thought the standard of singing on last year's show was really good," Holly told DigitalSpy.
"You look at what's come out of the show and Tyler [James] has got his single in the chart at the moment and he's doing really well. Bo [Bruce] is about to release her first album. It's a pretty good standard that they've set so far."
We got the chance to watch some of the try outs in Manchester last year and while we can't say too much, we can tell you all to prepare for some amazingness.
This year's acts are on another level to last year's, with the coaches upping the standard required to get even one of them to press their buzzers to turn around.
And there's plenty more drama, with one act even getting Jessie J up on stage to sing with her.