X Factor 2018 has just finished, but the ITV trade show is already looking for the next generation of talented singers.
That Robbie Williams, Ayda Field, Louis Tomlinson and Simon Cowell come back to the ITV competition remains to be seen but, as always, the series is looking for unknown talents.
Applicants must be 16 years of age or older and may be a soloist or part of a group.
Singers will be able to audition in person or via a video.
To apply, applicants must go to the ITV website and fill out an application form.
The applications are closed at 23:59 on June 28, 2019. The general conditions of sale on itv.com/terms or stv.tv.
Factor X has been renewed by ITV for two more years, despite poor ratings.
The Cowell show should be aired at least until 2020 because of its growing popularity among young people.
The 2018 series has been heavily criticized by viewers for its many technical problems, its frantic last-minute changes and its claims that new judges Robbie Williams and Ayda Field "ruin the series".
But media mogul Simon insists the show is attracting more young audiences.
S addressing the Sun, he said: "We have just been offered an extension for both series because of the audience aged 16 to 34 years.
"We could probably do it for three or five years, it pays a lot of money."