Spring is on its way – and with the inevitability of flowers shooting up and lambs being born, another series of Britain’s Got Talent will soon be with us.

Series 11 of the hit ITV show will see another group of talented individuals trying to emulate the success of 2016 winner, Household Cavalry corporal-turned-magician Richard Jones.

But if you’re asking yourself when the new season starts and who’ll be taking part, look no further – we’ll keep you informed with all the latest information right here.

So when does the new series of Britain's Got Talent begin?

The Britain's Got Talent judges' auditions began in January in Blackpool – as seen in the video above - before travelling on to London, Birmingham and Manchester.

The show doesn’t return to our TV screens for a couple of months, though.  BGT has traditionally begun on the second Saturday in April, but as The Voice will be running on ITV until then, rumour has it that the series 11 debut will be pushed back to May.

The best acts go through to a week of live shows, with the winner appearing at the Royal Variety Performance in December.

Who are the judges on Britain’s Got Talent 2017?

The awesome foursome are back! Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams are returning for a fifth consecutive series, having first appeared together in 2012.

Ant and Dec.

Who's presenting the show?

Once again, Ant and Dec will be your BGT hosts. The Geordies were reported to be weighing up their options last year, but eventually signed a new deal tying them to ITV for another three years.

Stephen Mulhern will also be back presenting ITV2 companion show Britain's Got More Talent.

We'll be updating this page regularly sdo don't forget to check back again in a week or two for more information!