Kimberly Wyatt, Adam Garcia and Ashley Banjo have selected the 18 semi-finalists in Got To Dance.
The opening three shows saw hopefuls show off their own style of dance and the judges had to pick from a total of 98 acts.
Among the acts who qualified to progress to the live semi-finals beginning on Sunday, 24 January are street dance group Status, dancing duo Parallel, Cardiff jazz troupe Eclipse, and Junior Hip Hop champions Jukebox Juniors.
Ballet dancer Matthew Koon, 16, has also made the cut, alongside tap dancing Kane Ricca, also 16, 11-year-old freestyler Emily Crow, 10-year-old street dancer Akai and 20-year-old pop dancer Martin Sierra.
Contemporary dance group Beyond Repair won a place in the semi-finals, as have hip-hop teenagers Unity Youth and DNA, ballet group The Box, Bhangra outfit Bhangra Heads, hip-hop troupe Raw Edge, Latin American dance group MJ Latin, Liverpool group Dance Dynamix and Irish dance duo Fancy Feet.
From each semi-final, the public will decide via phone vote which two acts will go through to the live final.
The first live semi-final can be seen on Sunday, January 24 at 6pm, on Sky1 HD and Sky1.