Over the past week, we have seen some fantastic entries, including opera singer Kerri Glover, folk musician Shannon Slawta and young performer Jade Burke.
You too can show the city what you can do, by uploading a short video to the Glasgow Star Turn site.
Clyde DJ Knoxy is set to host a glamourous showcase concert at Glasgow's Old Fruitmarket on Monday July 30 featuring our finalists.
Hundreds of people are expected to attend the event to see the contestants hand picked by the Glasgow public.
Our panel of expert judges will whittle down the entries before the finalists will be put to the vote.
One the of the first entries was Vincent McKee, who sang his version of Bring Him Home, from the musical Les Miserables.
The 16-year-old, from Ruchazie, said: "I love singing. I want to raise my profile and I want to entertain large audiences."
As well as singers, we welcome entries from circus acts, dancers, musicians, magicians and any other performers who want their chance in the spotlight.
Evening Times editor, Tony Carlin, said: "You just have to look at the success Glasgow and the west of Scotland on shows like Pop Idol, Britain's Got Talent and X Factor to know we've got the best entertainers out there.
"Glasgow's Star Turn is an opportunity for us to share that talent and to hopefully help make them the 'next big thing'."
To check out Vincent and the other entries or to submit a video visit http://stars.eveningtimes.co.uk