LOVE them or loathe them you can't ignore them – because pop duo Jedward are on their way back to Glasgow.
The identical twins, who represented Ireland at last month's Eurovision Song Contest, performed at the Glasgow Show last year and won over the hearts of the audience.
So much so show organisers were inundated with requests to get Jonathan and Edward back to the popular event.
As a result, the twosome with the gelled blond quiffs will return to the stage on Sunday, July 22 with their brand of high energy pop.
Jedward said: "We are so excited about coming back to Glasgow Green for this amazing concert.
"Last year, thousands of people rocked out with us in the sunshine and this year we are gonna make it bigger and better. It's gonna be epic."
A host of other performers who have appeared in television talent shows will also perform at the show, which is on July 21 and 22.
They include father and son duo Stavros Flatley, who were finalists on Britain's Got Talent thanks to their hysterical dance routines.
Manchester four-piece boy band The Mend, who also reached the final of Britain's Got Talent, will perform, as will 2003 Pop Idol winner and Evening Times columnist Michelle McManus and X Factor runner-up Marcus Collins.
Completing the line-up will be S Club, who have reformed after being a big success from 1998-2003.
As well as musical talent, the Glasgow Show will also feature a host of other activities for all the family.
Action will be spread across seven arenas.
The main arena will feature motorcycle display team Bolddog Ling, high wire performer Jean Monti, the Black Knights' parachute display team and the Tournament Of Jousting Horse Show.
Floral, circus, children's and countryside zones will host events throughout the two days.
Visitors will also be able to enjoy Highland cattle, birds of prey, bouncy castles and trapeze artists.
On July 21, the show parade leaves George Square at 11.30am and its arrival marks the formal opening at noon.
The parade will be led by Lord Provost Sadie Docherty and will include vintage buses, dances, horse and dray, pipe bands, clowns, street theatre and Real Radio's Basset Hound.
The vintage buses will also be ferrying people to Glasgow Green from outside the City Chambers.
Mrs Docherty said: The feedback from last year's event was overwhelmingly positive.
"This year will see an even bigger and better Glasgow Show featuring some fantastic acts and performers entertaining a huge number of excited families.
"The organising team has worked wonders to bring Jedward back for a second year.
"There has been an unprecedented demand for their return so I am delighted we have brought them back."
A family ticket, giving entry to two adults and two children under 16, will cost £12.
An adult only ticket is £5, concessions £3, Kidz Card and Young Scot tickets are £2 and children under the age of five get free admission.
Tickets can be bought in advance online until July 12 at www.glasgow.gov.uk/parks or by phoning 0141 287 5918.
Full details of the events, acts, zones and activities at the show are available at the same website.
The weekend of fun will start with a special gig by Clydebank stars Wet Wet Wet.
They will reform for a one-off show on Glasgow Green on July 20 to mark the band's 25th anniversary.
It will be the first concert they have played in the city in five years.
The following night, some of the best known pop stars of the 1980s will take the stage in Glasgow Green.
The line-up includes Rick Astley, whose Never Gonna Give You Up was the UK's top selling single of 1987.
He will be joined by former Go-Go's lead singer Belinda Carlisle, Paul Young, Toyah Willcox, T'Pau and The Real Thing, who scored a No. 1 in 1976 with You To Me Are Everything.
Tickets to the Glasgow Show will not allow admittance to the evening concerts.