NBC's "The Voice" held open call auditions at Globe Life Park in Arlington on Saturday.
Thousands of people from across the country came out to see if they had what it takes to make it on the singing competition show.
"I hope that I'm able to make it. I hope that they love what they hear, and I'm able to go through," said Chrissy Green, from Paris, Texas.
Many of the contestants NBC 5 spoke with had been singing for years, and hoped that the show would make their dreams of becoming a superstar come true.
"It would mean the world to me. I would probably cry tears of joy, which I never do," said 14-year-old Lyna Le, from Fort Worth.
Singer Luke Wade came out to Saturday’s auditions.
Singer Luke Wade is from Dublin, Texas, and attended Saturday's auditions. He made it to the Top 8 in season seven of the show.
He offered advice to the hopeful artists sitting in the same spot he did not too long ago.
"Take a deep breathe, believe in yourself, and just do what you know you can do," Wade said.
If the artist's audition goes well today, they will get a callback to audition later this week.
"The Voice" returns to NBC this fall.