There's good news if you're sick of the sound of vuvuzelas - the BBC is thinking about showing World Cup matches without the sound of the horns.
So far its received 545 complaints about the constant buzz from the instruments during its match coverage.
Experts say it's impossible to cut out the horns without affecting commentary and crowd noise.
But the BBC says it's looking at ways of offering the match footage with and without the sound in the background.
A sign banning the blowing of vuvuzelas at a shopping mall in South Africa
Earlier this week, World Cup organisers ruled out a stadium ban on the horns, after complaints from players and fans.
Lots of people reckon the noise from the vuvuzelas is too distracting.
Others say that they are part of South African culture and should be allowed in the stadiums.