Superstar Beyonce should probably start planning a tour on the RSL circuit after one of The Voice Kids singers called her music "old-fashioned".
The unintentional put-down flowed from the lips of cute 12-year-old Queenslander Issy who ended up on former Spice Girl Mel B's team.
Issy had just given her best rendition of Tomorrow, from the musical Annie, when Mel B asked what type of music she liked to sing?
"Old-fashioned music ... like Beyonce," Issy said with a grin.
She was all smiles too as Mel B spun around during her blind audition.
Issy even stopped singing to put her hand over her mouth in amazement, before quickly pipping up to finish the number.
She was one of four acts to join to Mel B's team on Sunday night which also rounded out her full compliment of 15 singers.
The Brisbane school girl may have performed a stage number but it was Jack L, who landed on Benji and Joel Madden's team, who has an impressive musical acting background.
The young Victorian rattled off his CV, which included performing in Beauty and the Beast and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, before choosing the Madden's as his coach ahead of Mel B and Delta Goodrem.
Also getting all three of the coaches to turn their chairs were 12-year-old's Fletcher, who sang Lee Kernaghan's Flying With The King, and Adina, who performed Whitney Houston's One Moment In Time.
Both of the confidence-oozing kids chose Mel B as their mentor.
Goodrem only needed to select one act on Sunday to close out her team.
She chose 13-year-old Grace who is the daughter of Group One winning Victorian racehorse trainer Robbie Laing.
Now Mel B, Goodrem and the Madden brothers have finalised their teams, The Voice Kids enters the battle round stage on Wednesday night.
The rounds pit three singers from the one team performing against each other, and only one act from each contest will make it safely through to the next round.
This looks like it could be tears before bedtime for both the singers and the viewers.