ITV has debuted a new trailer promoting auditions for The Voice Kids, which is set to arrive in the UK next year.
The ad features some of the contestants from the Australian version stating their ages and showing off their vocal chops, including its eventual winner Alexa Curtis.
With the show now coming to British screens, ITV is currently looking for talented seven to fourteen-year-olds from across the UK to take part.
If you think your child has what it takes to impress the panel of celebrity coaches, head to the ITV website now to fill out the application form, which is currently set to close on Friday 2nd September.
ITV confirmed last year that it has ordered two series of The Voice Kids when it poached parent show The Voice UK from the BBC.
It is thought the Beeb refused to air The Voice Kids as it didn't want to risk backlash for putting minors under pressure on national telly.
ITV, however, is used to showcasing talented youngsters on rival talent contest Britain's Got Talent, which this year featured the likes of 12-year-old Beau Dermott and 14-year-old Jasmine Elcock.
The broadcaster recently announced that Emma Willis will remain as The Voice UK's main presenter, although it is not yet clear if she'll also be involved in The Voice Kids.