Britain's Got Talent 2013 winners are set to bag themselves a £1.2 million deal to perform in Las Vegas.
The group of Hungarian shadow dancers stormed to victory last weekend, having been favourites to win from the first audition show.
Within hours of winning, they had offers pouring in, and have already accepted a three month deal to perform at the Mirage Hotel in the US.
A show insider told the Daily Star Sunday newspaper today: “Attraction has universal appeal because it doesn’t matter what language the audience speak.
“The stories they tell are ones everyone can relate to so they are perfect for tourists.”
Meanwhile, BGT 2013 finalist Asanda Jezile is reportedly set for the lead role in a new Disney film.
The 11-year-old singer has been linked to The Woods, a film adaption of Little Red Riding Hood, and director Rob Marshall has invited her to audition.
"Asanda has definite star quality and Rob spotted that straight away," a source told The Sun today. "He thinks she might be exactly what they are looking for. If she manages to get the part it will be a huge break for her.”
The tabloid reports that Asanda had her first audition for the film last week and received a callback to the next stage.