Hit singing reality series The X Factor is heading back to Australian TV with high-profile judges Kyle Sandilands, Natalie Imbruglia, Guy Sebastian and Ronan Keating.
The Seven Network announced on Friday night it had secured the series, which will air later in the year.
Seven Media Group chief executive David Leckie said he was thrilled to have secured to the show.
"It's a bloody great show. What an incredible line-up of judges," Leckie said.
Sandilands recently moved to Seven to be a judge on Australia's Got Talent after being dumped from Network Ten's Australian Idol.
He will join pop star Imbruglia, the original Australian Idol Sebastian and Irish singing star Keating.
The show is open to solo performers and groups.
Created by Simon Cowell, the franchise is one of the most popular in the world, having spawned artists such as Leona Lewis.
It ran on Ten in 2005, hosted by Daniel McPherson, with judges Mark Holden and Kate Ceberano.
Auditions will begin in Perth on May 30, before heading to Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney. They will wrap up in Brisbane on June 19 and 20.