The sexy soprano wowed the judges and audiences during this year's series, narrowly losing it out on winning the show to Collabro in the final earlier this month.
But while Lucy has missed out on the Royal Variety Show and the competition's £250,000 prize, she has won herself a record deal with Sony Music's classical records arm Sony Masterworks.
"Lucy has the natural talent and ability to be a worldwide star," said Mark Cavell, Senior Vice-President of Sony Masterworks.
He added: "We look forward to continuing her amazing success story in the USA and around the globe."
A spokesperson for the label said that details about Lucy's debut album were still under discussion.
Earlier this week it was revealed that Lucy would be touring the UK early next year alongside BGT winners Collabro.
The pair of acts will travel the country between January and March with tickets going on general sale this Friday morning at 10AM.
Meanwhile, you can already Pre-order Collabro's own debut album which will be released in less than a month's time on July 14.