Britain's Got Talent 2013 stars the Johnson Brothers are seasoned performers who have already released an album, it's been revealed.
The Welsh duo were presented as humble sandwich makers on Saturday night's show, but in reality are a lot more professional than was made out.
As well as releasing their own album, the pair have been performing on cruise ships and on tour alongside the likes of Ken Dodd.
The brothers' mum, who runs the family shop, insisted however: "They just want to sing and that’s what they’ve been concentrating on more and more.
"But they’re not yet able to earn enough money from singing to quit the day job so they’re still involved [in the family business] … just. They last worked here two or three weeks ago for a couple of days."
A spokesperson for Britain’s Got Talent told the Daily Mail today: "Richard and Adam both work in the family’s sandwich shops in Wales.
"Over the past few months they’ve worked part time as they have been pursuing their dream of making a living from singing with occasional work on cruise ships and other small gigs."
Meanwhile, a source revealed that their debut album only ever had 1,000 copies made to be sold by the pair themselves after their own gigs.
Watch our recent chat with the Johnson brothers below...