Twisting Louis Walsh's arm is on the mind of most Ireland's Got Talent contestants.
However, for young Oisin McMullin, twisting his own body, not Louis', is all part of the act.
The 11-year-old Cabin- teely gymnast is set to show off his impressive flexibility in tomorrow night's talent show.
Having trained three times a week for the past four years, Oisin has learned to tie himself in knots.
He can bend his body backwards into a circle and fold himself in half on a hanging bar.
Wy Mac, the daughter of world champion boxer and Olympic silver medallist, Wayne McCullough (48), hopes her singing can pack a punch.
The 20-year-old, who once opened for Westlife, decided to give the talent show a go in the hope of gaining a new audience for her music.
With a new single, Mind Games, set for release today, Wy is hoping tomorrow night's TV appearance will boost her fanbase.
With Bono a big fan of her father's sporting achievements, Wy has already rubbed shoulders with the U2 frontman at his concerts.
Wayne accompanied Wy to the Dublin auditions of Ireland's Got Talent when she flew in from the family home in Los Angeles.
"Dad always tells me to push through if anyone pushes you down," said Wy.
"He was told he wouldn't make it, but he became the best in the world.
"He always tells me that God has got you, and to just say a little prayer before I get up on stage."
Ireland's Got Talent is on Virgin Media One tomorrow at 7.30pm.