Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay have scrapped all future plans to pursue their music career.
The former "Love Island" contestants released their debut single titled "Little Bit Leave It" in October this year just after they penned the track during the ITV2 reality show.
And since Kem, 21, has signed up for the upcoming series of "Dancing on Ice" the pals have been forced to put their entertainment ventures on the back burner, and they insist they are "not" working on "any new music at the minute".
Chris, 24, told OK! Online: "We haven't got an album coming out, a lot of people have asked us. We're not even working on any new music at the minute. We're busy just doing our own thing. And obviously he's started on his "Dancing On Ice" training, so he's going to be flat out. We just haven't got the time."
And the former hairdresser has set tongues wagging he will remain on the small screen for a "long time" to come as he has recently signed to James Grant management firm, who look after Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly, as well as fellow television presenters Holly Willoughby, Christine Lampard and "Celebrity Big Brother" host Emma Willis.
A source previously said: "It secures his time on telly for a long time.
"He bumped into Dec at the management's offices and he was saying how he and Ant loved "Love Island" and they were texting each other throughout the series.
"Dec told him he should be himself, not change, keep doing what he's doing because people love him.
"Kem was really overwhelmed.
"It's unusual for James Grant to sign someone from a show like "Love Island" so it shows just how marketable Kem is.
"Anyone from "Love Island" would jump at the chance so it's a fantastic opportunity for him.
"He's definitely in the best place."