Dublin native and teen vocalist Ryan O’Shaughnessy has landed a recording contract with Sony, according to reports.
Music mogul Simon Cowell is said to have helped the No Name singer settle a deal with the record company.
11-year-old Molly Rainford is also believed to have secured a deal with the music label.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper a source said: “There are big plans for Molly and Ryan.
“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.”
O’Shaughnessy finished in fifth place on Britain’s Got Talent with 4.8% of the public vote, while Rainford came in sixth with 2.8%. He was let go during The Voice of Ireland contest by his coach Niall Breslin.