The third series of The Voice: Kids is coming to the UK next year in 2019 on ITV: Apply now.
The spin-off show to the main series concludes its second run tonight while it was 15-year-old Jess Folley who was crowned the winner in 2017.
But already applications for The Voice Kids 2019 are open for talented youngsters.
The Voice Kids kicks off with the Blind Auditions, just like the main series, with each coach needing to fill a team of 12 singers.
And just like their adult counterparts, the youngsters perform to a live band headed by music director David Tench as they try to persuade the coaches to hit their buttons.
After each performance, all the coaches’ chairs turn so they can give feedback and encouragement, even if they didn’t press their buttons.
The winner of The Voice Kids in 2018 gets £30,000 towards their musical tuition, plus a family holiday to Disneyland but the prize for Series 3 in 2019 hasn't been confirmed yet.
To apply for The Voice Kids in the UK, you need be between 7 and 14. More specifically, you need to be under 15 by by 30th April 2019 and over seven by 1 December 2018.
Oh, and you need to be a good singer and all that too.
The application closing date is currently set for Friday, 31 August 2018.
To apply, CLICK HERE!
Meanwhile, applications remain open for the 2019 series of the main show.
Soloists, duos and trios aged over 16 by 1 October 2018 can apply here but hurry, applications close on 31 July 2018.
Both The Voice UK and The Voice Kids will air on ITV in 2019.