A young Elvis impersonator is hoping he won't be left all shook up when he auditions for a television talent show.
Seven-year old Bradley Goode, of Bluebell Close, Kettering, has been invited to perform for the popular ITV talent show Britain's Got Talent.
Avondale Primary School pupil Bradley, was invited to audition for the show, which features celebrity judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan after he reached the final of Wicksteed's Got Talent earlier in the year, but was unable to attend because he was on holiday.
But the family received a letter from Wicksteed Park, after producers from the show contacted the Kettering park urging them to get their finalists to apply for the show.
Mum Carrie Goode said: "He just loves to do it. He loves entertaining people and making people happy.
"He's really excited.
"Bradley started to enjoy Elvis one year when his granddad was playing his music in the car on the way to a holiday and he just loved it.
"So every year on holiday he wanted to perform Elvis songs and just wanted to get more of his things and an outfit.
"It is extra special because Bradley's other grandfather lives in America and hasn't seen him since he was two, but is coming over on holiday and will see him audition."
The family will be cheering on the young impersonator on Monday as he performs Return to Sender, wearing a white suit to match Elvis' iconic jumpsuit.
If Bradley is successful on Monday, he will go through to the next round in January.
It is the second year Kettering's talent has been showcased on the primetime show.
Southfield School for Girls singer Faryl Smith became a household name after last year's series.