Attraction may have been crowned the Britain's Got Talent 2013 winners, but new reports state that contestants that didn't win the show are also on course for superstardom and could rake in as much as £1 million!
Runner-up Jack Carroll is predicted to have been offered a six-figure sum by Simon Cowell's firm Syco to pen a book, according to The Sun and the media mogul's people apparently want to "have it ready by December to cash in on the lucrative Christmas market" and are "convinced that it will be a best seller."
A source tells the paper: “Jack could be a huge star.”
Meanwhile, the mogul has promised to turn the Luminites into Britain’s Black Eyed Peas. He reckons Stephanie Edwards and her bandmates are similar to the American hip hop superstars and is set to offer them a record deal.
A Syco source said: "Simon really rates Luminites. Every time he's watched them perform he's been blown away."
"He thinks they're fresh and there's a real gap in the market for them. "He's not seen an act like that for a while."
Jack Carroll has reportedly been offered a six-figure book deal (Photo: WENN)
Last night's final saw a shock stage invasion occur halfway through singing brothers Richard and Adam's performance. Just as the act were reaching the song's crescendo, the stage doors opened to reveal a choir AND a woman throwing eggs!
The woman gleefully began chucking her eggs at the judges before security dragged her off the stage. Ever the professionals, Richard and Adam carried on with the judges later berating the random protestor.
Alesha Dixon said: "You guys together are magical. Honestly when you sing it's so moving. You're voice just hits me. You're just mesmerising. I'm so sorry about what just happened, I'm so annoyed about that. But you carried on. And I love you for that."
Amanda Holden put it more bluntly by calling the women "a stupid cow."
Cowell took to Twitter late last night to emphasise his hatred for eggs, tweeting:
I really don't like eggs.— Simon Cowell (@SimonCowell) June 8, 2013