A HIT talent show is seeking its new stars in Aberdeen.
The team behind BBC show The Voice UK are sending talent scouts to the North-east to hunt for the next musical hopefuls to hit the screen.
Now in its fifth year, the crew are set to scour a number of locations across Aberdeen, hopeful that they will find their next winner.
A spokesman for the show said: “After the winner came from Scotland last year we really want to get out there and connect with the fantastic talent that exists in Scotland.”
Stevie McCrorie from Falkirk was the winner of the hit television show in April and reached number one in the charts with his cover of Adam Levine’s “Lost Stars”.
A member of the team from the programme will be visiting Aberdeen on Wednesday and Thursday to look for either solo singers or duets with the vocal ability to impress celebrity judges.
Organisers have explained that they will visit a number of locations around the city, including open-mic nights, in order to find the best performers and those approached will be asked to sing in front of talent scouts.
The filmed auditions will take place later this year.
Cellar 35 in the city centre has been named as a definite space for hopefuls to perform in front of the team.
Owner James Gray said he was looking forward to having The Voice in his venue.
He said: “It’s really good that The Voice is coming to Aberdeen.
“It would be great to find the next winner here.”