Love Island's Kem Cetinay and Chris Hughes are set to launch a music career.
The hunks from his year's series of the reality TV show regularly treated fans to a taste of their vocals while they were in the villa over the past six weeks, but it looks like singing may now become a full-time job for them as top music executives have been in touch with them about dropping a single and signing to a major record label.
A source told The Sun Online: "Top record companies have approached Kem and Chris as a duo and there are big offers on the table. They will be releasing a single.
"Fans have fallen in love with them on the show and the boys want to make the most of their musical talents. It's definitely not the last you'll see of Kem and Chris."
And fans may actually get to watch the boys - who formed a friendship on screen - smash the charts, as television bosses are hoping to secure them for their own show.
An insider explained: "Chris and Kem's friendship has captured the nation - everyone has loved watching the bond they have together. Viewers have even called for the pair to be eligible to win this series as a twosome. Bosses don't want to see an end to their bromance and are already brainstorming possible TV show ideas to pitch for when Love Island is over. Fans won't be seeing the end of them just yet."
But, regardless of whether the plans full into place, Kem won't be short of money as he and his girlfriend Amber Davies were crowned the winners of the series in last night's episode (24.07.17), which saw them walk away with the £50,000 prize money.
A representative for Kem told the publication: "Kem has been inundated with work offers since leaving "Love Island" and he has some very exciting opportunities ahead."