Lock up your daughters, sons and, most importantly, your liquor cabinets - the Geordies are coming to Australia.
Even better/worse depending on personal taste, Geordie Shore cast members Charlotte-Letitia Crosby and James Tindale are visiting Crown Perth's Eve nightclub tomorrow.
The visit is the latest in a stream of recent Geordie promo tours of WA which have featured Gaz "The Parsnip" Beadle, Vicki Pattinson and Scott Timlin.
"We're gonna be getting mortal, as always, getting pictures with everyone - you're going to get exactly what you see on the show," Crosby said.
For those who came in late, the MTV UK reality show follows the experiences of a group of young people in Newcastle, England, very much in the vein of Jersey Shore, the program on which it is based.
The show's fourth series broke MTV UK audience records last year and, since its inception in 2011, it has been syndicated in nearly 20 countries, with the cast amassing more than seven million followers on Twitter.
Rumours that the sixth season of the show, infamous for its depictions of debauchery, was to be shot in New South Wales were confirmed by the cast at a Bondi Beach event on Tuesday.
"The fact that we're coming over to see what Australia has to offer is just overwhelming," Crosby said.
Despite being in the country a matter of days, the stars have already courted controversy, with Pattinson quoted in the media as seeming to encourage binge drinking among young people.
Both Pattinson and MTV have since distanced themselves from the comments.
But there can be no denying the show's glorification of drinking and sex is a big part of its appeal.
"I don't think people should home in on the issue because there are a lot of other things we do on the show," Crosby said.
"We had a job on the show where we'd spray tan people - every day on the show we were spray tanning people - but no one ever said 'Do you think spray tans are bad for you?'"
Crosby is a fan favourite for her drunken antics and her on again-off again relationship with Beadle and his parsnip-sized appendage, which has produced moments of genuine drama.
The million-dollar question is whether she believes a parsnip replacement might be found in Perth.
"No, I've been getting too drunk. I've been so drunk, yeah," Crosby said.
"I've been getting carried out of clubs and running away - I haven't had time, I've been concentrating on having a really good time."