Two Dundee taxi drivers who featured in a hit TV show are gearing up to go on tour.
Wayne O’Hare, 50, and Jimmy Smart, 56, swapped their taxi badges for microphones on BBC One’s singing competition, All Together Now.
Now, the duo are set to return with a “blockbuster” tour.
Details are currently being finalised for the dates — which could include corporate gigs as well as larger venues.
Gary Robinson, of GRC Media, said the “culturally traditional” pair had the potential to ply their trade right across the country.
He said: “There is something different about these boys. What you see is what you get.
“They are two down-to-earth Dundonian guys, with no airs and graces. They are great ambassadors and great lads and they love what they do.
“They love performing and they just want to do more of it.”
Although plans are still at an early stage, Gary said locals can expect tour dates to be announced in the coming weeks.
He said future plans for the duo could include touring outside Scotland — and even having a crack at a Christmas record.
Gary added: “These guys are totally different from anything else out there.
“If we were sitting in one of their taxis, they would be exactly the same people you saw on the BBC.”
Jimmy originally became an internet sensation when his taxi renditions of Michael Buble’s hits were captured on camera and posted on YouTube.
The video was shared so widely it caught the attention of Buble himself — and Jimmy even had the chance to duet with his musical idol in front of 11,000 people at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena.
Jimmy also released a charity fundraising CD for Help for Kids.
Wayne then caught the public’s attention, hitting all the right notes with his customers by singing to them in an operatic style.
The duo were paired up and then appeared on All Together Now.
Presented by comedian Rob Beckett, the show was a singing competition with a twist and the two cabbies took on the daunting task of singing to 100 judges headed by former Spice Girl, Geri Horner.