They also receive career advice from Katherine Jenkins and at the Classic Brits, host Myleene Klass congratulates them on their chart success.
And this is a special friendship, and there is special chemistry between you, and when you sang, Jonathan, I felt that in every part of my body."Amanda Holden continued: "It was just a tour de force.
I didn’t see you the first time [at the auditions], I watched the You Tube clip like everyone else. I've always appreciated your friendship and I kind of leaned towards what Simon said in the audition, but now you work beautifully together."Simon Cowell: "There is a lot at stake here and like I said at the first audition, Charlotte, I believed you were holding Jonathan back.
The pair were later offered a contract, which would see them release their debut album around Christmas.
Regarding the production of the album, according to The Sun, "The album will feature new songs and covers, including "The Prayer", which the duo sang at their first audition and at the Final.
But Jonathan told me that "our time came" and the partnership ended earlier this year so that both could pursue their solo careers.
Of course, at their first audition for Britain's Got Talent in March 2012, Simon Cowell famously suggested that Jonathan should ditch Charlotte from the start and go solo.
A documentary following the young teenagers' success since the show was aired on ITV on 2 November 2012 at 9pm.
It focuses on how the two British teenagers rose to fame, and what has happened since.
The loyal lad refused and won the hearts of the nation (and eventually even Simon) in doing so.