They have since released two albums, Together in and Perhaps Love in Their first Britain's Got Talent performance together was in the Series 6 audition held in London, aired 24 March There they began the contest as "Charlotte and Jonathan" and sang "The Prayer".
Although all judges were deeply impressed by the performance, Simon Cowell advised Jonathan he should "dump" the in his opinion less-talented Charlotte, considering she would hold him back in the competition, but the pair remained together, and the act's name was reversed.
The similarities to the Britain's Got Talent debut and initial judge and audience reaction to Susan Boyle was noted by many:. They participated in the semi-final which was held on 7 May The song, performed as a duet, was " Caruso ", written by Lucio Dalla.
In the final, held on 12 May , they appeared 11th, again performing "The Prayer", and received a standing ovation for their performance. Fans expressed disappointment that the duo did not win first place, but Charlotte responded by saying, "Oh my God, we came second out of 70, people, it's incredible, it's been amazing.
They said they would be pleased to accept the contract, although also wanted to do some musical theatre in the future. 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.
They are working with producer Graham Stack , who was behind the first three albums of X Factor stars G4. The album was officially released in the US on 30 October A documentary following the young teenagers' success since the show was aired on ITV on 2 November at 9pm.
It focuses on how the two British teenagers rose to fame, and what has happened since. It also includes interviews with those who knew them best.
They tour Italy and France, aiming to complete their musical education — a "finishing school" for talent show graduates.
They receive invaluable guidance from Luciano Pavarotti 's vocal coach, Leone Magiera, at his beautiful Bologna penthouse; they see the home of Italian opera, La Scala, and in Paris are inspired by a masterclass with acclaimed tenor, Popstar to Operastar ' s Rolando Villazon.
The singers are reunited with their old nemesis, Simon Cowell , who apologises for the mistake he made in suggesting they split. They also receive career advice from Katherine Jenkins and at the Classic Brits , host Myleene Klass congratulates them on their chart success.
Their second album was released on 14 October In February , the duo decided to split after both having been offered solo record deals by Sony Classical.
Charlotte released her first solo album, Solitaire , in July To now be offered our own solo record deals by Sony Classical is the most exciting thing ever and we are thrilled to be going back into the recording studio so soon.
For those that voted for us, bought our CDs and saw us in concert — thank you. We hope to see you soon at our own shows.
Love Jonathan and Charlotte. It contains a selection of classic songs as well as arias. One reviewer stated " Here is a new star on the vocal scene and his first solo album attests to his miraculous talent.
It contains classical arias by Puccini , as well as a version of the classic Leonard Cohen song Hallelujah, and brand new music by British classical composer Chris Broom with whom he collaborated co-wrote the song A New Tomorrow.
It received great reviews on its release one which by Robert Cummings who  said "His voice is very versatile, sufficiently powerful and has a velvety, creamy sound that is quite unique".
On September 15th Jonathan performed his first solo concert in the U. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He subsequently went solo, and his debut album Tenore was released in the UK on 13 October with the long-awaited follow up Believe being released on August 19, Contents.
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