Hit television talent show The Voice is looking for its new stars in Aberdeen.
The team behind The Voice UK is sending talent scouts to the North-east to hunt for musical hopefuls to hit the screen.
The crew is set to scour a number of locations across the UK in the hope of finding the next winner for the seventh series.
A spokesman for the show said: “The Voice UK are currently visiting open mic nights across the UK in preparation for their 2018 series.”
The search in the city will see Cafe Drummonds, on Belmont Street, host a team from the hit reality show as they search for future singing sensations.
The vocal trials will be held on Monday from 8pm, when music experts will be looking to spot potential stars in front of a live audience.
Ross Calder, entertainment manager at Cafe Drummonds, said it was a great opportunity for aspiring stars.
He said: “Last year we had a great turnout for the auditions.
“Lots of people came along and played a couple of songs in front of the ITV team, so I’m sure it’ll be just as popular this year.
“It’s great for the city and the cafe, and, of course, for performers, as we have some really talented people come to our usual open mic, so it’s a good opportunity.”
Past series of The Voice UK have seen Rita Ora, pictured left, Kylie Minogue and Sir Tom Jones take on judging roles.
The judges sit in chairs with their backs to the act that is performing and can only spin around to see them if they like their voice.
The current sixth series is the first to air on ITV since its move from BBC One.