HIT TV show The Voice is to host an open audition at St Helens College in its search for the next Mo Adeniran.
The popular TV show will head to the college next month to help in the search for its next rising star.
Talent scouts from the show will host the audition at the town centre Water Street campus on Tuesday, May 2 from 12.30pm until 3.30pm.
The Voice, which first aired in 2012, welcomes solos and duos of all musical styles to enter the preliminary auditions early next month, which are held on a first come first served basis.
The public crowned Mo Adeniran, from Warrington, its 2017 winner on Sunday night. Mo who was supported by Judge, Jenifer Hudson left the stage with life-changing prize record deal, with Polydor records.
The 21-year-old from Warrington has now released his debut first single, Unsteady, which is currently placed in the ITunes top 10.
Andy Dickson, performing arts tutor at St Helens College said: “This is an amazing opportunity for not only the people of St Helens, but for our own students to come forward and showcase their talents.
"We look forward to welcoming both students and the wider community to the audition and excited to see the talent that St Helens holds”.
Contestants on the show have to battle it out through five tough rounds of performances, made up of producers' auditions, blind auditions, battle phase, knockouts, and live shows to take home the £100,000 record label prize deal.