Move over X Factor, the Late Late Toy Show is hitting the road to audition potential children's acts for this year's show.
Auditions for wannabe child performers will take place in mid October in Cork, Athlone, and Sligo as well as Dublin.
Anyone hoping to bag an audition can download an application form HERE and successful applicants will be called for an audition at their location of choice (although locations are subject to change and you may not get your first choice).
Children can also apply to perform a toy demonstration on the show, although auditions for these will be held in Dublin only.
Application forms must be accompanied by a DVD or USB or the child/children's performance and entries must be received by close of business on Monday October 5.
The Late Late Toy Show is an annual ratings winner for RTE with last year's programme, featuring a surprise appearance by Ed Sheeran, pulling a whopping 1.357m viewers.
It was the most watched programme of the year, knocking the highly anticipated Love/Hate finale into second place with 1.005m.
Stand out star Aimee Keogh is “still on cloud nine” after meeting her hero Ed Sheeran on Friday night’s Late Late Toy Show. The 11-year-old revealed that the experience doesn’t seem real, even though she has watched it back several times.