The cast and crew of the 1980s Australian talent contest, which launched Dannii Minogue's singing career and was recently revived by Channel Ten, are poised to travel the country during September and October to find talented children aged between 8 and 16.
Young told AAP: "It's great to hit the road again for Young Talent Time. Rob and I will be searching for the best and brightest young stars to become members of the Young Talent Team, plus we're looking for contestants to be part of the weekly talent quest.
"For the talent quest you can be a solo performer or in a group, and we're not just looking for singers and dancers. We want magicians, jugglers, acrobats, brilliant musicians. In fact, all performers are welcome."
Auditions take place in Perth Concert all on September 17 and 18, Adelaide Entertainment Centre on September 20 and 21, Brisbane Entertainment Centre on September 24 and 25, Melbourne's Flemington Race Course from September 27 to 29 and in the Australian Technology Park in Sydney from October 1 to 3.
The revamped show is part of Ten's overhaul before it reveals its 2012 schedule. The network has recently announced plans for a new breakfast show hosted by Andrew Rochford and said that it will be renewing current affairs show George Negus at 6.30pm despite poor viewing figures.
Bosses axed Ten's long-running music series Video Hits last month.
Watch a young Dannii Minogue performing on an old episode of Young Talent Time below: