Simon Cowell has been busy making adjustments to the roster at his label Syco and has added new signing Bars & Melody.
The Britain's Got Talent duo, named Leondre Devries and Charlie Lenehan, won over the British public with their sharp rapping and singing skills, earning them third place on the BBC show.
Bars and Melody confirmed signing to Simon Cowell's label (Rocky/WENN)
But despite not being crowned winners, the future is bright for the teenagers, with Cowell believing he can turn the pair into stars.
Confirming the signing, 15-year-old Charlie, who is best friends with Leondre, 13, told The Mirror: "It’ a dream come true." While the duo also announced the news on Twitter.
A BGT insider also revealed that Cowell has high hope for their furture. "Simon was surprised the boys came third… But he thinks they have a very rosy future," the source said.
Simon has signed new act Bars and Melody (WENN)
The signing comes just days after the music mogul also snapped up BGT winners Collabro. The X Factor boss confirmed the signing, revealing that he was delighted to have the boyband on board at his label.
"Collabro were worthy winners of Britain's Got Talent . I am delighted to welcome them to Syco, and am looking forward to them starting work on their debut album," the father-of-one told The Mirror.
Earlier in the month it was confirmed that Leona Lewis had left Syco and signed with Universal Music's Island Records. Meanwhile, fellow X Factor James Arthur confimed his deaprture from the label on Twitter earlier this week after months of speculation.