The promos for the Australia's Got Talent have been dropping like it's hot.
The sneak peeks have featured everything from former Bachelorette star Apollo Jackson being set on fire to an inspirational blind singer leaving judge Nicole Scherzinger in tears as well as My Kitchen Rules' Manu Feildel leaving the kitchen long enough to weigh in on the talents of Australia's rising stars.
But the question we've all been asking is: When does the show actually start?
And now, we finally have the answer.
Channel Seven has just let slip that AGT will kick off Sunday July 28 from 7pm – and we cannot wait!
Hosted by Ricki-Lee Coulter, the new season of AGT will showcase mind-blowing acts in front of a live audience, with the winner being awarded $100,000 prize money.
Grammy-nominated singer, dancer and TV personality Nicole Scherzinger will be joining Australian favourites Shane Jacobson, Manu Feildel and Lucy Durack on the panel.
Nicole has previously been a judge on the US and UK versions of The X Factor.
WATCH: See the touching moment a blind contestant's AGT audition left Nicole in tears... Story continues after video.
"It's really wonderful to see every day people come on a stage and show their talent," Nicole says.
"These contestants can be your next-door neighbour or your grade school teacher – it doesn't matter who you are or where you come from. The show reminds everyone they too can follow their dreams and honour their gifts – even if they've kept them hidden."
Meanwhile, Manu, who is a veteran judge on Seven's My Kitchen Rules, has many talents outside of his cooking ability. Before he became a chef and TV personality, Manu mastered juggling, unicycling and acrobatics at a circus school as a teenager.