Loveable Rogues and Molly Rainford have made it to the 'Britain's Got Talent' final.
The trio were the first act through in last night's (08.05.12) semi-final after winning the viewer vote for their performance of self-penned track 'Lovesick', while the 11-year-old singer won the judges' vote.
Molly went head-to-head with the Twist & Pulse Dance Company for last night's final slot, with David Walliams going with his "heart" to save the youngster, and Alesha Dixon opting for the dancers who she said she felt "emotionally invested" in.
Amanda Holden also chose the dance group, but show chief Simon Cowell sent the decision to deadlock after deciding Molly had the "most potential".
After hosts Ant & Dec announced Molly had received more public votes and was therefore through to the final, she said: "It's just amazing. I can't believe it. I want to thank [the voters] so much, without them I wouldn't be in the final."
After Loveable Rogues had performed, Simon appeared to hint he was keen to sign them up.
He said: "It was brilliant. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. You have come along at the right time, you are current, I know who you should be working with on your first album, I can hear that single already.
"This is the real deal! The song is genius and you have a great chemistry."
Later, Amanda admitted she thought Simon would offer the trio a record deal regardless of whether or not they win the contest.
Speaking on 'Britain's Got More Talent', she said: "They have a really good chance of winning. If they don't win they'll be signed. They've got a future. [Simon] has mentally [signed them already]."