With his special outfit and memorable song of 'Don't Stop the Party' by Pitbull, Peter Wright is of course on top.
On two we have Vincent van der Voort. The crowd at 'Ally Pally' loudly encouraged the Dutchman during his walk-on song 'Give It Up' by KC and the Sunshine Band.
Those who prefer dutch Hardcore music will find their liking with Dirk van Duijvenbode, who takes the stage to the tones of Radical Redemption's 'Just Like You'. "People sometimes think my walk-on is 'manufactured', but I always try to be real," said Van Duijvenbode.
Next is Leonard Gates superb walk-on which captured the hearts of the Ally Pally faithful as he not only came out to James Brown's Papa's Got a Brand New Bag but also danced and got the crowd involved.
Ricky Evans already took to the stage in previous years with songs like 'Baby Shark' and 'YMCA', this year the eccentric Kettering ace chose 'Merry Christmas Everyone' by Shakin' Stevens and I Wish It Could Be Christmas (Everyday) by Wizzard.
A classic, invariably sung along by the 'Barney Army', of course, also remains Raymond van Barneveld's walk-on song. With 'Eye of the Tiger' by Survivor, he still has one of the best walk-ons.
A song that is always eagerly sung along by the crowd is 'Don't Look Back in Anger' by Oasis. Joe Cullen can score with this again with the crowd during his third-round match against Damon Heta.
And finally, another classic with 'Seven Nation Army' by The White Stripes, inspiring the audience to loudly sing 'Ooooh Michael van Gerwen'.