Alright little ones, it's your time to shine and it's with probably one of the greatest hosts out there, none other than --- Steve Harvey.
No, don't worry, he won't pull a Miss Universe on these little ones -- I hope.
"Little Big Shots" is a new series on NBC from executive producers Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey, so you know it's going to be very entertaining.
It showcases young talent, with a variety of dancers, singers, musicians and others, with the cutoff age being 13 years old.
12 News had the chance to talk with Steve Harvey about what to expect from the show.
"It's been a long time since a show has come on that everybody in the family can sit down and watch," said Harvey.
Little ones will be able to display their talents in front of thousands of families around the world and the best thing about this show is that it's noncompetitive. No young one will feel left out.
We also asked Harvey if the casting process is difficult due to the fact that so many kids have such amazing talents nowadays.
"We find them on the Internet, you know," he said. 'People send us tapes -- it's some interesting stuff, if you scout the Internet there's some fabulous kids."
Don't miss watching some of the most extraordinary kids you will see on "Little Big Shots" starting this Sunday at 7 p.m. right here on 12 News.