Britain's Got Talent 2017 is coming but just when is it back on TV, who are the judges and what else do we know?
Well we've got you covered!
When does Britain's Got Talent 2017 start?
ITV has not yet officially confirmed the Britain's Got Talent 2017 start date for the new series.
Usually the show launches the second weekend of April, making Saturday April 8 a good bet.
However with ITV also airing The Voice UK this year - which used to be on BBC One - there are rumours BGT may not be back until May to allow a gap between the shows.
Who are the judges on Britain's Got Talent 2017?
There's no need to wonder who's on the Britain's Got Talent panel this year with no changes as Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams all return once again.
Who's hosting it all?
Ant and Dec are of course back to guide us through the auditions when they begin on TV after signing a new three-year-deal last year.
Plus over on ITV2 Stephen Mulhern returns hosting Britain's Got More Talent straight after the main show.
Any spoilers from the auditions?
There's been all sorts of stories coming out after filming the the auditions. wrapped up last month.
David Walliams apparently got a shock when a dog peed on him.According to the Daily Star newspaper, an act had enticed both David and Simon Cowell on stage with the promise of 'dog yoga'.
As well dog problems, it's been reported that an illusionist who was hoping to wow the judges with an underwater escape trick had his act go very wrong.
He had been ready to chain himself up before being submerged underwater in a tank where he would - hopefully free himself.
But the big performance ended in disaster when the water tank broke and flooded the stage, prompting fears of starting a fire with all of the filming electronics.
Meanwhile, another completely act on stage at this year's BGT auditions caused chaos by storming off after receiving negative feedback from the judges.
A choir left the panel speechless when they walked off stage half way through the comments from the panel after a flop audition.
The musicians left Simon Cowell "open mouthed" when they decided to storm off after the music mogul declared: "That was one of the worst things I’ve ever seen in my life..."
Britain's Got Talent will air on ITV later this year.