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In the first round of the show, Escala performed a "techno version" of Palladio by the Welsh composer Karl Jenkins, and were put through to the semi-finals by judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan.

At the semi-final, they performed an instrumental version of "Live And Let Die" by Paul Mc Cartney and Wings, receiving a positive reaction from the judges, with Piers Morgan describing it as "the best performance of the week".

The quartet changed their name from Scala to e Scala during Britain's Got Talent after it was discovered that there was already a Belgian choir using the name Scala – Scala & Kolacny Brothers.

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The promotion campaign was also used to promote other upcoming sports events on the channel.

On , Escala made their American debut on The Oprah Winfrey Show as part of her World's Got Talent show with Simon Cowell.

She explained in the caption that they are over the moon to have conceived naturally, after undergoing IVF for their first pregnancy with their daughter Lola. After having IVF to conceive Lola people used to say to me you'll probably fall pregnant naturally next time,” she wrote.

"I wondered how it would ever be that simple after all the difficulties we have previously faced.

The Mc Fly singer announced the news in the most adorable way – sharing a photo of his wife cradling her baby bump with his 546k followers. The post was soon flooded with comments from fans, congratulating the couple on their happy news of baby number two.

In the picture, their daughter Lola-Rose sits beside her mum in a matching dungarees, beaming up as she too cradles her stomach, copying Izzy. Meanwhile, his wife Izzy announced the news with a sweet photo of daughter Lola, one, kissing her baby bump in an Instagram snap.

In July 2008 they were signed to perform as part of a new promotional campaign for Sky Sports coverage of the 2008–09 football season.

The high-profile campaign began airing on 19 July with Escala performing "Palladio", was filmed at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London and featured them performing with clips from football matches.

On , Escala performed as guests, non-competitively, on the second semi-final of the third series of Britain's Got Talent.

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