Four young Griffith dancers will appear on our screens in the chance of a lifetime.
Evita Catanzariti, Joanie Wynne, Ariella George and Oscar Preece have just danced before camera crews at Nickelodeon, and are slotted to appear on TVs across the country and even overseas starting in May.
Filming took place in Sydney two weeks ago for the 'READY, SET, DANCE' series two on Nick Jr, and the budding stars are still bubbling with excitement.
Shyly talking to The Area News on Tuesday afternoon, all four were high on an enthusiasm they found hard to put into words.
When Evita was asked how excited she was to appear on TV, she proudly showed up ten fingers - clearly a 10/10 on the Richter scale - a sentiment echoed by the other three.
While the routine the four-year-olds will be performing remains a secret - with even the parents kept unawares - the anticipation is clearly building.
"She has been asking me every morning, 'when will I be on TV?'" Joanie's mum laughed.
Melissa Brown from Melissa's Dance Studio (MDS) Griffith said she was "absolutely over the moon" at the kids' chance to dance on screen.
"We are truly honoured to have been given this opportunity," Ms Brown said.
We held auditions and these four were the pick, for their sense of fun, their unique personalities as well as their own sense of style.Melissa Brown
At a 'READY, SET, DANCE' conference last year, MDS came away named as the winner of the business Growth Award.
With over 100 pre-schoolers taking part in their sessions, it's not hard to see why.
"As a result we were chosen to appear on an episode of Season two," Ms Brown said.
"We held auditions and these four were the pick, for their sense of fun, their unique personalities as well as their own sense of style."
'READY, SET, DANCE' is an Aussie-made pre-school series and will air in an additional 122 countries, translated into 25 languages. It focuses on the three Cs: confidence, coordination and creativity.
"They did so well at the filming sessions, listened brilliantly, and worked with the cameras much better than we had ever hoped for," Ms Brown said.