So you say you've got talent, huh? Well, then it's time you showcase those unique skills.

Producers for the hit NBC competition show "America's Got Talent" are looking for performers in the country's southeast region as they'll be holding virtual auditions on Wednesday, January 27, 2021.

The show is currently accepting video submissions for its 16th season. Then on Wednesday, hopefuls will have a chance to showcase their talent directly to a producer via live stream video.

Do keep in mind that spots are limited, so if you are interested in auditioning, register now at

The show is open to any age contestant, group or talent.

"Our virtual auditions are a new experience for everyone, so be sure to check out our updated FAQ to learn more about what to expect on the day of your audition," a news release states. "Even if you are planning on attending a virtual audition, we urge you to upload your video now so we can see your talent right away."

Who knows, you could be the next star from Louisiana to make the show.

You may recall the success of Baton Rouge's Archie Williams last season as the singer made it to the show's finale. His story is quite unique as he was wrongfully incarcerated and spent years in prison. The 60-year-old would eventually be released and stole the hearts of America.

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