KFC is back with its incredible "superfan" search – and it's certainly bigger this year.
The fast food giant is on the hunt for one clucky winner who will claim a year's supply of the good stuff.
Oh and it doesn't end there…
The KFC superfan will also be given an all-expenses paid trip to Kentucky, US.
So do you have what it takes to breathe all things buckets and banquets to be crowned the winner this year?
This year's judging panel will feature some of the finest chicken connoisseurs who know what it takes to be a true KFC superfan.
First up, KFC OG Stevo the Madman, foodie fanatic Kate Ovens and last year's winner, the man, the myth, the legend, Kamlesh Mistry.
Think you've got what it takes to fry the competition?
You can prove it by visiting the KFC superfan search website to submit your whacky entry.
All you need to do is share an image or tell them why you deserve the chicken crown by May 25.
No entry is too big or too small in the Colonel's eyes.
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It comes after KFC launched six new deals for May including cheap hot wings and popcorn chicken.
Chicken fans can grab themselves a bucket of 20 hot wings for only £5.99 – which is a saving of up to £4 on the normal price of wings.
Usually, you pay 99p for two hot wings, or you can get a meal that includes 10 wings along with a drink and fries or side for £8.59.
The hot wings deal is available until July 4.
Alternatively you can also get a six piece popcorn variety Bucket for £15 when ordering via Deliveroo, Uber Eats or Just Eat until May 31.
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