Britain's Got Talent finalists Ryan O'Shaughnessy and Molly Rainford have reportedly signed record deals with Sony.
The Sun claims that the teenage singers, who polled fifth and sixth place respectively in last Saturday's finale, had the help of Simon Cowell in landing the contracts.
"There are big plans for Molly and Ryan," a source said.
"They both deserve record deals. Ryan is a great singer and Molly's got so much talent at such a young age she could be a huge star of the future."
Ryan caught the eye of many viewers with his original song 'No Name', while Molly attracted acclaim for her heartfelt performances at the young age of 11.
It has been suggested that both singers will have albums out in time for Christmas.
Jonathan and Charlotte, the operatic due who finished in the runners-up slot behind Ashleigh and Pudsey, are rumoured to have also negotiated a £1 million deal.
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