BGT Jack Carroll's 'Got £1m Book Deal'
Talent show runner-up and Luminites will reportedly be first acts to cash in...
Two of the 'losers' in last night's Britain's Got Talentfinal are reported to be on track for stardom - with lucrative book and record deals on the table already.
Young comic Jack Carroll, who was runner-up to Attraction in the public vote, is claimed by The Sun to have been offered a £1m book deal.
The as-yet-unnamed publisher is apparently keen to get the 14-year-old cerebral palsy sufferer's tome out in time for the Christmas market.
And four-piece band Luminites are claimed to have been offered a deal by Simon Cowell himself, with the newspaper claiming he's promised to make them "Britain's Black Eyed Peas".
A source said: "Simon really rates Luminites. Every time he's watched them perform he's been blown away.
"He thinks they're fresh and there's a real gap in the market for them.
"He's not seen an act like that for a while."